Many projects are divided into modules/subprojects using the build system (Maven, Gradle, SBT …); and writing modular code is generally a Good Thing....
2 replies - 2861 views - 11/16/12 by Adam Warski in Articles
Conceptually Maven distinguishes between snapshot versions and release
versions. For top-level Maven projects that are continuously integrated
0 replies - 8969 views - 11/08/12 by Marcus Martina in Articles
The essence of creating a pipeline is breaking up a single build
process in smaller steps, each having its own responsibility. In this
way faster and more...
0 replies - 15390 views - 10/28/12 by Marcus Martina in Articles
Have you ever tried running Maven commands inside a sub-module of a multi modules Maven project, and get Could not resolve dependencies for project
0 replies - 5232 views - 10/24/12 by Zemian Deng in Articles
I am a bit of a Maven fanboy.
Actually I am more of a - use anything available to make your task
easier, smoother and more efficient - person....
0 replies - 4799 views - 10/23/12 by Partha Bhattacharjee in Articles
Earlier this October, I was given the privilege of speaking at JavaOne
regarding the fusion of contemporary Continuous Delivery processes and
0 replies - 7633 views - 10/21/12 by John Ferguson Smart in Articles
For a given WSDL, there are several different ways to generate Java web
service code (CXF, Axis2, etc..). And depending on certain settings
0 replies - 5279 views - 09/30/12 by Geraint Jones in Articles
This is a guest post I wrote in the Puppetlabs blog for their Module of the Week program about the MaestroDev/maven module we...
0 replies - 4873 views - 09/28/12 by Carlos Sanchez in Articles
work in a very dynamic software development team. In the span of 5
years, we have developed approximately more than 20 full fledged web...
0 replies - 2067 views - 09/23/12 by Luis Atencio in Articles
Sometimes during the gwt debugging with Google plugin for Eclipse or with maven gwt plugin, you will need to access some jndi datasource or some environment...
0 replies - 2691 views - 09/23/12 by Jerome Raduget in Announcements
Oracle has a problem with Maven and the negative effects of that is spreading to us Java developers.I do not think it is an intentional Oracle strategy to...
6 replies - 5563 views - 09/21/12 by Daniel Marell in Articles
Even if the Java EE 7 EG decided to postpone the PaaS features to EE 8,
Oracle itself is actively working on a Java EE driven public PaaS
offering. This is...
0 replies - 6401 views - 09/08/12 by Markus Eisele in Articles
Sometimes, you need to reuse your test classes across different projects. These are two use-cases that I know of:
Utility classes that create relevant domain...
2 replies - 2637 views - 08/27/12 by Nicolas Frankel in Articles
I don’t often teach our training classes in Maven or Nexus, but when I
do, I always tend to get interesting classes. I’m halfway through a
0 replies - 3179 views - 08/15/12 by Tim O'brien in Articles
One of the biggest leaps forward in my productivity and
enjoyment, as a developer was when I learned about and adopted Maven for
my Java projects.
0 replies - 11902 views - 08/05/12 by Ben Wootton in Articles