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3. Configuring Gradle

Koushik Das1  
Miami, FL, USA

In the previous chapter, we created the wireframe of our framework with Spring-Boot and set up the initial folder structure. In this chapter, we will prepare a few Gradle configuration files for dependency management. We will also define the Gradle tasks that will be used for our test execution. Let’s get started with the build.gradle file.

Preparing build.gradle

Let’s open build.gradle in the editor. It looks like Figure 3-1 at this stage.

A screenshot of the test automation page in build dot ...

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