Yes, refer to Dr stonedahl previous posts about dependencies and build. Mine I think was weird, It was loaded in the maven dependencies and I had to add lines in the pom file
Your projects must include several JUnit tests to check functionality. Focus on non-GUI code that can be tested with unit tests.
We got a few of the work but not all of them are working
Add dependencies for jupiter. Create a new source folder called src/test/java. Then create new, other, java test case. Then you put the class you want to test