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Internship Experience in Ideyatech: JUnit + Selenium

April 2017 Blogged by Intern

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Being familiar with the concept of JUnit testing and Test Driven Development beforehand, we were actually surprised that the creation of these modules was assigned to us. Having little to a decent amount of JUnit testing, we instantly thought of testing classes that doesn’t require much when it comes to the tracing part.

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Apache Ivy : An Agile Dependency Manager

June 2008 Blogged by Rey Jexter Bumalay

Apache Ivy : An Agile Dependency Manager

Why I Choose Ivy? The main thing I like about Ivy is its simplicity. You can use Ivy with only ant installed on your system (and of course, java). This means that you don’t need to download any Ivy related libraries or when using eclipse, no plug-in is needed. You can run everything using ant, from installing the ivy library to downloading the dependencies.

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Continuum vs. Hudson

June 2008 Blogged by Allan Tan

Continuum vs. Hudson

We’ve been using Continuum for quite some time now. While Continuum does seem to do a good job managing our builds, its limited support for JUnit Test reports made us evaluate an alternative, Hudson. Hudson is the new guy on the block, aside from cool icons and more intuitive interface, this tool seems to be quite competitive and feature-packed.

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Agilism at Ideyatech

June 2008 Blogged by Allan Tan

Agilism at Ideyatech

Agile Software Development is a conceptual framework for software development that promotes development iterations, open collaboration, and adaptability throughout the life-cycle of the project.
True to its meaning, Agile is a concept that can be implemented in several ways. So, there is no correct way of getting it right. Tips we’d like to share…

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Seamless Server Deployment

August 2007 Blogged by Allan Tan

So you wanted a seamless deployment process to your servers without worrying about server specific settings? Just upload the war file and voila!, your production servers have the latest build. Here’s a step-by-step instruction how to achieve this. STEP 1: Identify all your server variables. Identify the variables that have different values across the servers […]

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Continuous Integration with Continuum

May 2007 Blogged by Allan Tan

After setting up Continuum, I find it reasonably good to support continuous integration (for a free/open-source solution).The package for download is ready to run and easy to configure. This supports Agile development, quick-turn around. Initially, I was skeptic setting up this tool considering it may take me 3-5 days to setup. Well, I was wrong… […]

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