Gradle Online Test

Topics covered

Gradle Daemon basic concepts, Gradle basic concepts, Running Gradle commands, Running scripts in Gradle, Analyzing Duplicities in Gradle Projects, Working with plugins in Gradle

  • MAQ (Multiple Answer Question)
  • MCQ (Multiple Choice Question)
  • Descriptive Question
  • White Board Simulator
  • Coding Simulator
  • Audio Question
  • Video Question
  • Case Study Question

Gradle is a build management system which is based on Groovy and Kotlin programming languages. It is an open-source build automation system that builds upon the concepts of Apache Ant and Apache Maven. Gradle plays a key role in supporting the automatic download and configuration of dependencies or other libraries.

Our Gradle online test is created & validated by experienced subject matter experts (SMEs) to assess Gradle development skills of the candidates as per industry standards.  Our online Gradle test helps recruiters in evaluating the person’s ability to successfully apply his skills to perform tasks using Gradle tool.

The Gradle online test contains questions on following topics:

  • Gradle Daemon basic concepts

  • Gradle basic concepts

  • Running Gradle commands

  • Running scripts in Gradle

  • Analyzing Duplicities in Gradle Projects

  • Working with plugins in Gradle


Our score report helps to select the candidate who is the right fit for the job that requires knowledge of the Gradle, a Java build system. The Gradle test reports are automated and provide a detail, analytical view of each candidate.

This pre-employment test is useful for hiring:
  • Full Stack Web Developer
  • Android Developer - Gradle
  • Senior Java Developer - Gradle

Test details:

Gradle skills test enables employers to identify & hire Java/ Android developers by evaluating their working skills using Gradle build tool and job readiness. Therefore, an emphasis is laid upon evaluating the knowledge of applied skills gained through real work experience rather than theoretical knowledge.

The test may contain MCQ's (Multiple Choice Questions), MAQ's (Multiple Answer Questions), Fill in the Blank, Descriptive, Whiteboard Questions, Audio / Video Questions, True or False.

Test Duration: 20 minutes

10 Application Questions

Our Gradle assessment test consists of the combination of application and theory questions that helps to evaluate technical as well as practical skills of candidates.

Gradle Test

Question #1 of 3

The Java plugin emulates many of Maven's expected lifecycles as tasks in the dependency driven acyclic graph for the inputs and outputs of each task.  For projects that do not follow the Maven conventions, Gradle allows the directory structure to be configured.

Based on this which code snippet would support a project that contains the source files in src/java instead of src/main /?

    • get plugin: 'java'
      source.set.java.dir = ['src/java']

    • add plugin: ['java']
      java.dir = {'src/java'}

    • apply plugin: 'java'
      sourceSets.main.java.srcDirs = ['src/java']

    • apply plugin: 'java'
      main.java.src = ['src/java']

Question #2 of 3

Which of the following alternatives correctly expresses concepts related to Gradle?

    • The key to using all the power of Gradle is to get to know your API in depth; we can find all classes and understand everything Gradle already natively gives us to work efficiently and quickly.

    • Due to its definition of dependencies between the project submodules, Gradle takes care of building all project components.

    • One of the major disadvantages of Gradle is that it does not have a local cache to make the dependencies available.

    • Early versions of Gradle were pure XML only. Only from version 3.0 that Gradle was developed in Groovy.

Question #3 of 3

Which code snippet correctly appends Spring dependencies to a Gradle project?

    • add-dependency ['org.springframework:spring-core:4.1.0.RELEASE']
      add-dependency ['org.springframework:spring-context:4.1.0.RELEASE']

    • get: 'org.springframework:spring-core:4.1.0.RELEASE'
      get: 'org.springframework:spring-context:4.1.0.RELEASE'

    • compile 'org.springframework:spring-core:4.1.0.RELEASE'
      compile 'org.springframework:spring-context:4.1.0.RELEASE'

    • add( 'org.springframework:spring-core:4.1.0.RELEASE')
      add( 'org.springframework:spring-context:4.1.0.RELEASE')

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24.00 Out of 40.00
Pass
60%
03
23 Minutes

Java EE

9/10

Hibernate

3/10

Oracle PL/SQL

7/10

Analytical Thinking

5/10

Note:If score<= 30% then its a Weakness. If score >=70% then its a Strength.

Strengths

Java EE, Oracle PL/SQL, Analytical Thinking

Weaknesses

Hibernate

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It was a good test for me, the questions were on the latest technology of java on which I am currently working. It was a great experience. Thank you!

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