Since Grails incorporated the testing plugin into core it provides good unit & integration testing support (via the test-app script). There are also additional plugins to support BDD tools (e.g. EasyB) and functional testing (e.g. Canoo WebTest).
One of the useful roles that Hudson fulfils is helping to manage quality. Consequently it has plugins available for most of the popular testing tools (we saw an example of the Violations plugin in part 1 of this series).
We’ll start with the standard unit & integration tests, then add in test coverage and functional tests.
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