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    Packtpub - Effective Gradle Implementation
    187 mins | Thursday, August 28, 2014 | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1280x720 25fps | Audio: AAC 48KHz 2ch | 384 MB
    Genre: eLearning | Language: English | With: Code Files



    If you are a developer, devops engineer, build engineer, or IT administrator and wish to effectively implement Gradle in your projects, this course is for you. The course takes you through the installation process and how to set up your projects followed by dependency management, IDE integration, and plugin implementations. You also learn to deploy and publish your application. Basic Java development knowledge is a prerequisite.

    About This Book

    Setting up basic and multi-module Java projects
    Learn more about the Gradle JavaScript plugin to build your own JavaScript projects
    Familiarize yourself with Scala plugin support with available tasks, layout, setup, and dependencies

    Table of Contents

    GETTING STARTED
    GRADLE TASKS
    JAVA, GROOVY, AND WAR PLUGINS
    IDE INTEGRATION
    DEPENDENCY MANAGEMENT
    C++ SUPPORT
    BUILDING JAVASCRIPT (GRADLE-JS-PLUGIN)
    BUILDING SCALA
    CONTINUOUS INTEGRATION SERVERS
    REPOSITORY MANAGERS

    What You Will Learn

    Create a build.gradle file and manage build dependencies
    Integrate Gradle with popular IDEs such as IntelliJ, Eclipse, and Netbeans
    Build Java, Scala, and Groovy applications with Gradle
    Implement C/C++ and JavaScript applications with Gradle
    Utilize Gradle within a Continuous Integration Loop
    Integrate Gradle with Artifact Management
    Incorporate external dependencies such as Maven and Ivy repositories

    In Detail

    Gradle is a tool to create applications by automating the building, testing, publishing, and deployment phases of developing software. It is more flexible than Ant and has better dependency management than Maven, making it a very commonly used tool today.

    This course will show you how to use Gradle effectively and will help you overcome these issues with the build tool called Gradle. The authors, Ryan and Lee, will take the user from a point of having just a basic development background to being able to implement Gradle in a variety of languages, utilizing Gradle in some beneficial ways including continuous integration and artifact management.

    You will learn to build and deploy your code effectively. Gradle is quickly becoming the de facto build tool for Java, Groovy, C++, and other platforms, and is rapidly replacing Maven and Ant systems. Learn how to integrate your IDE, leverage Ant or Maven build assets, deploy artifacts, and integrate with continuous integration servers. You can follow along with step-by-step instructions for the most common IDEs, programming languages, and artifact servers to implement.

    You will leave the course feeling like you have a good handle on Gradle and confident to begin planning and building your implementation.

    Style and Approach

    This example-driven video tutorial shows you how to effectively implement Gradle in your projects through a variety of plugins and integration techniques.

    Authors

    Lee Fox

    Lee Fox is a technologist with a strong background in software development. He has served in architecture roles for companies like 3M, AT&T Wi-Fi Services, Borland, and Pervasive. His software development history has always focused on maintaining quality. He is an Agile pragmatist as he strives to help organizations become more effective in their technical and software development implementations while maintaining a high degree of quality. Lee received his Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Southwest Texas State University. He is also a Certified ScrumMaster and Trained Innovation Games Facilitator. Lee is co-founder of Xan Endeavors.

    Ryan Vanderwerf

    Ryan is the Chief Systems and Software Architect and Director of Products at ReachForce, and was formerly Lead Architect at He maintains the grails-quartz plugin, GVPS Grails plugin, and Struts 1 plugins, and is co-chair of the Austin Groovy and Grails User Group in Austin, TX. Ryan is currently building a Grails infrastructure for ReachForce as well as teaching Grails to the developer team. Ryan is also the co-founder of Xan Endeavors, LLC, a collaboration of software development, consulting, coaching, and innovation games. In the past, Ryan has architected a Grails solution for Developerprogram.com that allows rapid deployment of Developer Program portals for all kinds of companies, specializing in the mobile industry. He has also built Java- and Linux-based webcasting for events such as SXSW, built telecom software, and SaaS systems for the financial sector.[​IMG]
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