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Mastering Selenium WebDriver 3.0 by Mark Collin

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Setting up Jenkins

Jenkins (http://jenkins-ci.org) is a firm favorite in the CI world and is the basis for some cloud services (for example, cloudbees; https://www.cloudbees.com). It is very widely used and no section about continuous integration would be complete without mentioning it.

We are going to need a basic install of Jenkins on our local machine to work through this section. Let's follow these steps:

  1. If you have already installed an application server such as Tomcat for the previous section, you'll just need to download the WAR file and drop it into the webapps directory of your application server. If you decide to go the Docker route, you can run the following command (you will need to create the ~/jenkins directory on your local ...

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