Monthly Archives: March 2010

Apache Maven Meetup Next Week!


By
hloney

It’s not too late to register for the Sonatype Maven Meetup taking place on April 7, 2010 ahead of Emerging Technologies for the Enterprise in Philadelphia.  Meet with Maven aficionados, sit in on presentations about Maven 3, Tycho, OSGi, Peaberry, and much more. Choose from a dozen different sessions throughout the day, presented by the […]

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Introduction to Maven Shell


March 26, 2010 By
hloney

Maven Shell is a CLI interface for Maven that enables faster turn-around, and a more intelligent interaction with repositories and projects. Using Maven Shell, you will be able to speed up your builds because project information and Maven plugins are loaded into a single, always-ready JVM instance which can execute a Maven build. The following […]

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The Future of Maven


March 19, 2010 By
hloney

JAXenter talked to Sonatype’s Jason van Zyl about the future of Maven, and what users can expect when migrating from Maven 2 to Maven 3.  In this interview, van Zyl and Sonatype’s Brian Fox outline Maven 3, it’s backward compatibility with Maven 2, the introduction of POM mixins, and repository management with Nexus. The primary […]

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Flexmojos Two Years Later


March 17, 2010 By
Marvin Froeder

On March 18 2008 I checked in the first bits of code for Flexmojos.  Two years later, here we are: Flexmojos now provides first-class support for Flex and AIR development within Apache Maven. It allows for Maven to compile, optimize, and test Flex SWF, Flex SWC, Air SWF and Air SWC and Air files. We […]

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Apache Maven Meetup and Emerging Technologies for the Enterprise in Philly


By
hloney

This April in Philadelphia there are some exciting events taking place in the open source and enterprise technology communities.  On April 7, 2010 Sonatype will be hosting the Apache Maven Meetup.   The meetup will focus on development infrastructure technologies, offering talks and workshops led by core contributors and package maintainers. Sessions in two tracks […]

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