Java is a general-purpose, concurrent, class-based, object-oriented programming language specifically designed to have as few implementation dependencies as possible. It lets application developers 'write once, run anywhere' (WORA), meaning that coders can write a single application and compile it on many platforms without rewriting it. These targeted applications include enterprise software systems, applets, browser plugins, J2ME apps, and other applications that have already driven the popularity of Java technology on the server and the embedded platform.
Manually installing dependencies, setting up build servers and dealing with different CI providers on all your projects is not only time-consuming it also increases the probability of human error. Codeship automates this entire process. As soon as you push code to your git repository the tests start to run and a webhook is fired off to your project dashboard in your CI provider of choice. With just a few clicks in your Codeship dashboard you can hook up a new branch or merge request and Codeship will automatically run your test suite. And not only that each test gives you a detailed report so you know exactly what’s been tested and what isn’t.
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