December is for many people a period of reflection or thought. So I decided to reflect upon last year’s things and thoughts — each day until Christmas. This is day 19.
How hard can it be to get up and running with a Gradle project and getting it analyzed with SonarQube locally?
The ingredients are:
SonarQube (formerly Sonar) is an open source platform for continuous inspection of code quality.
Gradle is an open source build automation system.
Docker allows you to package an application with all of its dependencies into a standardized unit for software development.
“How easy is this?” was a question I had after I decided to reformat my company HP EliteBook with Windows into a full Linux Mint machine.
So, I’ve already played around with Docker and IMHO this works much more pleasant under Linux, so I thought it’s time to play around with it some more and may be get a project analyzed by SonarQube without too much hassle.
So, how easy is this? Continue reading “3 Steps For Analyzing a Gradle Project With SonarQube Using Docker”
What if you want to develop Grails 3 projects with Eclipse Mars (4.5) as easy as you did with Groovy/Grails Tool Suite or previous Eclipse versions? Written and tested with Eclipse Mars.1 Release (4.5.1, build 20150924-1200) and Grails 3.1.0 M1.