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Getting Started with Jenkins - The Ultimate Guide

Getting Started with Jenkins: The Ultimate Guide

Automation Servers may be seen as complex and too hard to get started. But the basic automation will not take much time to be done. There are a few key topics that will jumpstart your project automation. The first, how to install Jenkins on any platform. The second, understand the initially suggested plugins to get […]

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How to Improve Your Deploy Using Just-In-Time Learning

How to Improve Your Deploy Using Just-In-Time Learning

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Happy New Year! Brand new goals to achieve! Do you have a plan!? Understand how Just-In-Time learning can boost your activities starting from now. Every beginning of the year there is a myriad of things to do and achieve. What is the plan for starting automating your deployment and delivery once and for all? Let’s […]

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9 steps to use Maven on your project

9 steps to use Maven on your project

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Sometimes we only need a roadmap to start with a new technology that guides us on this journey. The main objective is to not lose our focus with the documentation myriad. What about 9 steps straight to the point to the understanding of the basic concepts about Maven. Yeah! It’s a high-level overview of good […]

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Maven - Dealing with Repositories

Automation Series #9 – Dealing with Repositories

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It’s time to cover from where Maven extracts all libraries and how we can change it to fulfill our projects’ needs. Most of the cases, the default configuration will be enough. But knowing how a different remote or an internal repository is configured will be essential to master any Maven project. Repositories Although it may […]

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Maven - Dealing with Plugins

Automation Series #8 – Dealing with Plugins

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After many articles talking about theory, it’s time to get started. Maven is all based on Plugins. So if you want to change any project behavior, you will need to overwrite some plugin properties or attach new ones. A highly requested concept to deal with plugins is Maven phases. Check the build lifecycle article to […]

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Maven - Build Lifecycle

Automation Series #7 – Build Lifecycle

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The build lifecycle is the central concept of Maven. After everything we covered in previous articles, these few commands will guide us through the build process. Thereby we can transform every manual step of build, test, and package to an automated one to be used by an integration tool. Wow! This is awesome. Imagine a […]

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Maven - Dealing with dependencies

Automation Series #6 – Dealing with dependencies

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Maven dependencies feature is maybe one of the biggest shift that your project will have. But the good news is that you only need to do it once. After mapping and writing to the POM file every JAR that your project need may be easy to change and maintain any library dependency. At this time, […]

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Maven - Project Folder Structure

Automation Series #5 – Project Folder Structure

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Project folder structure is an important part to understand Maven. It’s the practical part of Convention over Configuration (CoC) previously explained. After the project creation, all Maven projects will follow this folder structure. So, if you understand this part, you will master any Maven project. Basic Folder Structure To jumpstart your Maven utilization, let’s cover […]

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Maven - Creating a Project

Automation Series #4 – Creating a Project

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At this point of the automation series, you already know the basic concepts needed to understand the purpose of Maven (what is it, COC, installation). So, creating a project will start this journey to apply an important automation part to your project. Project Object Model The Maven core is the Project Object Model, known as […]

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maven installation

Automation Series #3 – Installation

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Now that we know what Maven is and the concept of Convention over Configuration (CoC). I will show an easy Maven installation to Unix and Windows systems. Regardless the system you are using, it’s important to have a common location to save development tools. So you won’t have trouble to find them whenever necessary. I will assume that […]

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