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      Jenkins API to handle Jobs Remotely

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hello Readers! I hope you are doing well. So, In this blog we will see how we can use Jenkins API to handle jobs remotely. In this blog we will create, update, trigger, delete, our Jenkins job through REST API. This is very quick and simple so let’s see. Why do we need to handle a job remotely? Jenkins is well known for its flexibility. Continue Reading

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How to Use Python Wrapper to Play With Jenkins

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hi Readers!! In this blog, we will learn about the python wrapper that is python-jenkins wrapper. We will see How to Use Python Wrapper to Play With Jenkins. What is a Python Wrapper? Wrappers are also known as decorators. wrappers are the functionality available in Python to wrap a function with another function to extend its behavior. Now, the reason to use wrappers in our Continue Reading

Using Dagger with Jenkins in a simple CI pipeline

Reading Time: 4 minutes Introduction Dagger is an opensource devkit for continuous integration, deployment and delivery. It uses the power of BuildKit from docker and CUE to create platform independent deployment and integrations. And Jenkins is a automation server like teamcity, concourse, circle ci, github actions that creates CI/CD pipelines. Prerequisites Knowledge of Jenkins Know to use basic dagger understand CUE Requirements Jenkins running either locally or on cloud Continue Reading

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How to integrate AWS simple email service with Jenkins

Reading Time: 5 minutes Jenkins is an open-source tool written in java and also have a plugin built for continuous integration and build automation purpose. It helps in automating the parts of software development related to building, testing, and deploying, facilitating continuous integration and continuous delivery. In this blog, we are going to learn how can we integrate an AWS simple email service with Jenkins default email notifier. Email Continue Reading

Role of Defect

Reading Time: 4 minutes Happy Winter’s, readersss! today i came here for writing about coming topic which is Defect Life cycle. Introduction DEFECT It is the process of identifying defects, where a defect is any difference between actual and expected results. BUG If QA find any mismatch in the application/system in testing phase then we call it as BUG. (Ringing Alarm) ERROR If a developer is unable to successfully Continue Reading

Jenkins builds on Kubernetes cluster

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hello everyone, so in this blog, we are going to learn today that how can we run Jenkins build in Kubernetes as a pod. Jenkins is an open-source tool written in java and also have a plugin built for continuous integration and build automation purpose. It helps in automating the parts of software development related to building, testing, and deploying, facilitating continuous integration and continuous Continue Reading

Teamcity Vs Jenkins. Which CI Tool Is Better?

Reading Time: 4 minutes Why Jenkins? Jenkins is the most popular open-source continuous integration tool. you can install Jenkins on major operating systems like Windows or Linux, as it runs on Java. It was originally created as a build automation tool for Java applications. Since then, it has evolved a lot and has more than 1400 plugins to easily integrate with other platforms and tools. Jenkins automates the software builds Continue Reading

Jenkins Continuous Integration (CI) Continuous Delivery and Deployment (CD)

Reading Time: 3 minutes Introduction To Jenkins Jenkins is an open-source Continuous Integration, cross-platform tool written in Java. Kohsuke Kawaguchi is the Creator of the Jenkins CI server in 2004, named as Hudson. In 2011 renamed to Jenkins of disputes with Oracle. The tool simplifies the process of integration of changes into the project and delivery of fresh build to users. 1 Continuous Integration (CI) Continuous Integration (CI) is the Continue Reading

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Dev Tools to the Rescue – Part 1

Reading Time: 6 minutes Whether you are a software developer working on someone else’s projects or you run a business yourself, utilizing the right tools of the trade is essential. The market of software development tools is an ever-changing one and increasingly competitive. It’s a tough task to decide which one is best suited for you. In this article, we will review some of the best developer tools, ranging from Continue Reading

Webhook – An Interesting way to commune between applications

Reading Time: 5 minutes In this we are going to talk about a way or method to communicate between apps over the web which is gaining popularity nowadays. As we know, Polling is one of the ways by which we can communicate between apps to share information. There is also another way by which we can communicate i.e., WEBHOOK. Webhooks are automated messages or information that an app sends to Continue Reading

Integrating Jenkins with Selenium.

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hi folks, In this blog, we will try to integrate Selenium with Jenkins. We will not try this on an ubuntu machine using a bash file instead of a standard batch(windows compatible) file so that we need to run it in headless mode. So, let’s get going. What is Jenkins? Jenkins is an open-source tool written in Java.  It provides continuous delivery and continuous Integration Continue Reading

Jenkins Integration and reporting using Selenium 4

Reading Time: 4 minutes Selenium is used for testing and automating the web applications. We can run our tests with CI/CD tools such as Jenkins. In this blog we will see Jenkins Integration and reporting using Selenium 4. Why is Jenkins integration required? Test automation helps us with continuous defects, errors, and bugs as early as possible. Earlier the issue is found, cheaper it is to fix it. With Continue Reading

Integrating Rest Assured with Jenkins and Allure reports.

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hi folks, In this blog, we will be exploring how to integrate Jenkins with our Rest Assured test project. And as an add on we will try to publish the Allure reports through Allure Jenkins plugin as well. So let’s get started. Why are we doing this? The main aim here is to integrate Rest Assured with CI/CD through Jenkins and to publish the test Continue Reading