When Jason van Zyl and Anders Hammar presented at Jfokus 2010 in Stockholm, Sweden last month, they asked me to put together a demonstration of various core features of Nexus. In this post, we take a look at the demonstration of the Nexus search interface. While this video lacks a soundtrack, they are a good […]
Nexus Professional 1.5.0 ships with a simple branding plugin that makes it easy to add your own logo to the Nexus UI. In this post, you will learn how to install the Nexus Branding Plugin and how to configure Nexus to use your own custom logo. Step 1: Create a custom logo. If you want […]
Nicolas Frankel wrote a quick review of Maven: The Complete Reference, and it is positive. Here is his conclusion: This book is top quality and free: what can I say? If you’re a beginner in Maven, you’ll find a real stable base to learn from. If you need to update your knowledge, you will find […]
Welcome to the roundup of blog posts that mention Nexus, Maven, and other projects that Sonatype developers contribute to. Simpligility blog: Documenting Android Development with Apache Maven “Shortly after my first hack day with Android development and the conclusion that I really like where the platform and development is going, I started to look at […]
The following video is a demonstration of archive browsing and Javadoc browsing in Nexus Professional 1.5.0. This video also demonstrates the use of m2eclipse to retrieve source and Javadoc JARs from a repository manager.
If you’ve ever wondered about the contents a JAR or artifact in a Maven repository, you’ve probably had the experience of having to download and unpack it on your local workstation just to see what it contains. It shouldn’t be this difficult and tedious to inspect an archive in a remote repository, and with Nexus […]
I’m happy to announce that Pascal Rapicault, lead of the Equinox p2 team, is going to be joining Sonatype. As lead of p2, Pascal’s work has helped define the way that components are designed, developed, and deployed within the Eclipse framework. I’m confident that his work is going to be an essential part of what […]
Last week we announced that we moved LDAP integration from Nexus Professional to Nexus Open Source in the Nexus 1.5.0 release. While we open sourced our LDAP plugin in 1.5.0, we also released an Enterprise LDAP plugin which provides features such as configurable caching, timeouts, templates, and the ability to interact with more than […]