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Java Build Tools: Ant vs Maven vs Gradle

In the beginning there was Make as the only build tool available. Later on it was improved with GNU Make. However, since then our needs increased and, as a result, build tools evolved. JVM ecosystem is dominated with three build tools: Apache Ant with Ivy Maven Gradle   Ant with Ivy Ant was the first among “modern” build tools. In ...

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Tracking Exceptions – Part 6 – Building an Executable Jar

If you’ve read the previous five blogs in this series, you’ll know that I’ve been building a Spring application that runs periodically to check a whole bunch of error logs for exceptions and then email you the results. Having written the code and the tests, and being fairly certain it’ll work the next and final step is to package the ...

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Guide to publish an aar to maven using gradle

In this post, I’d like to describe the steps necessary to publish an aar to maven repository. There are other guides that cover this topic and some of the information written here are derived from them, but in this guide I want to describe the process step by step, without covering in detail the gradle aspects but focusing on creating ...

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Java EE7 and Maven project for newbies – part 1 – a simple maven project structure – the parent pom

Why ? Many times, I am trying to resolve several basic or complex Maven /  Java EE  project structure issues, on my day work. In order to provide the solutions,  I often end up   experimenting with the project structure, test my deployment on different application servers and fine grain my configuration. Maven can have a steep learning curve for ...

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HOW-TO: Spring Boot and Thymeleaf with Maven

Spring Boot is a great piece of software allowing you to bootstrap Spring application within a few seconds. And it really works. As little configuration as possible to get started. And still possible to change the defaults. Let’s see how easily is to bootstrap Spring MVC with Thymeleaf and Maven and work with it in IntelliJ. Basic setup Spring MVC ...

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Maven and Java multi-version modules

Introduction Usually, a project has a minimum Java version requirement and that applies to all of its modules. But every rule has its exceptions, as recently I stumbled on the following issue. One open source project of mine mandates Java 1.6 for most of its modules, except one requiring the 1.7 version. This happens when integrating external libraries having different ...

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