Hope that helps The docs for jest seem to all assume that we're familiar with the whole yarn/npm/node ecosystem (I'm a java guy, so not so much). , We are using npm with jest for testing and this is the configuration:
should help you out [ERROR] Failed to execute goal org.apache.maven.plugins:maven-compiler-plugin:3.1:compile (default-compile) on project helloworld: Fatal error compiling: invalid target release: 1.7 -> [Help 1]
<source>1.7</source> <!-- or 1.8 -->
<target>1.7</target> <!-- or 1.8 -->
Migrate frontend-maven-plugin from maven to gradle
Does that help You may not find any example on how to use the frontend-maven-plugin in Gradle, as it is dedicated to Maven. But you may take a look at the Siouan Frontend Gradle plugin, which is an equivalent solution for Gradle, and allows to (from official website):
id 'org.siouan.frontend' version '1.1.0'
nodeVersion = '10.15.3'
// See 'scripts' section in your 'package.json file'
cleanScript = 'run clean'
assembleScript = 'run assemble'
checkScript = 'run check'
Running multiple 'instances' of maven project - Failed to execute goal org.apache.maven.plugins:maven-clean-plugin:2.4.1
I hope this helps you . Why would you like to run the build in parallel for the same project? Just build once mvn clean package and start your resulting jar several times via java -jar ...target/Client-1.0-SNAPSHTO.jar from different console windows.
Error building maven multi module project with frontend-maven-plugin