Welcome to the weekly roundup of blog posts that mention Nexus, Maven, and other projects that Sonatype developers contribute to.
Liferay Maven SDK “Starting to recover from jetlag after a two week trip Los Angeles and Liferay retreat. One of the things we finally made some progress during the developer retreat is providing official maven artifacts for Liferay as well as porting our plugins sdk to Maven. Things are not quite completed but I will provide some instructions here for all early adopters. So our goal is to provide our CE releases through our own public repository as well as provide means for our EE customers to install the EE versions artifacts to their local maven repository.” By Mika Koivisto, On 12/15/09
Vit on Software Development: Would You Consider Moving from .Net to Java? “First, I should clarify that I am a long time .Net developer with quite a few high grade projects behind. And I am in fact still heavily using excellent .Net Framework. There is certainly place for both of them, no flame war intended. But you know, everyone has a favorite one. With this post I start a series of articles in which I will try to explore some really cool Java technologies, which not so long time ago made Java my framework of choice.” By Vitaliy Tsvayer, on Friday, December 11, 2009
Tomas Malmsten’s blog: Automating Android test project with Maven “The last post explored how to enable Maven builds in a standard Android Eclipse project. This post will show how to enable the test project to be built with Maven. It will be a bit simpler to enable Maven builds in the test project since we will not need to do any of the prep work. The only thing required is to create a pom file for the test project…” By Tomas Malmsten, on Thursday, December 3, 2009