Learn how to set up your environment to use JUnit for writing Selenium tests.
IntelliJ IDE is a cross-platform IDE that is written in Java and Kotlin. It is developed by JetBrains and is available as an Apache-licensed community edition. In the Part II of the JUnit Tutorial for beginners, Anton Angelov (@angelovstanton) showcases how to set up the JUnit framework for IntelliJ. You will get to know about the prerequisites required for running the test in IntelliJ IDEA as well as in Visual Studio (VS) Code. By the end of this video, you’ll know how to run JUnit tests from the command line in two different ways. The first one is by using the JUnit platform console runner, whereas the second one is by using Maven to build the project.
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