Generate allure report with ginkgo

Ginkgo is a great framework for structuring your tests in Go. With the ability to extend test report with allure, it’s even better.

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First, make sure you install allure in your environment. Follow this guide for how to do it.

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A passionate automation engineer who strongly believes in “A man can do anything he wants if he puts in the work”.

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