JUnit Installation Process
Adding JUnit 5 is a bit different. Because of the modular fashion of JUnit 5, a BOM is used to import all aspects. If only particular classes are needed, individual groups or artifacts can be specified.
To add JUnit 5 to Maven, add the following to pom.xml:
For Gradle, add the following to the build.gradle:
apply plugin: ‘java’
Although not typically needed, the raw jar file, which allows one to use the JUnit framework, is also accessible, if needed to manually put on the classpath. JUnit 4 has the jar available to download directly. Junit 5 (as I am writing this) does not currently have the jar file premade, but one can easily compile the code and generate the jars.