To follow this guide you will need to know
If you already have some experience in Java that’s great. If you don’t then you can still follow this guide, I just recommend to have someone who can answer your questions and review your code.
That’s not required to have a very high Java skill - it just can make your work easier.
TestNG or JUnit
TestNG and JUnit are two most popular Testing Frameworks for Java.
HTTP and REST API
You need to understand what Http Requests and Http responses are. Also Http headers, Response codes. Web services basics.
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Java Http Clients
Apache Http Components, RESTEasy, OkHttp, RestTemplate…
Build Automation Tools: Maven and/or Gradle
You need to be familiar with main Maven lifecycle phases, pom.xml and Maven project structure basics.
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Version Control System: Git
Basic Git work flow
- Create repository
- Create branch
- Stage changes
- Commit changes
- Push changes to remote repository
- Pull from remote repository
- Resolve merge conflicts
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Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment tools like Jenkins or Bamboo
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Spring Boot basics. Creating and injecting Spring beans.
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