Tag Archives: java

Droid Does Maven, Android Does


July 9, 2010 By
Tim O'Brien

If you already use Maven, developing a Android application isn’t going to be a stretch. There’s a very active community of open source projects for maven-droid development, and the Android SDK artifacts are available on Central. You’ve probably noticed increased advertising for Google’s Android platform over the past few months. The mobile wars are heating […]

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Chariot Solutions becomes Sonatype Certified Training Partner


April 7, 2010 By
hloney

Chariot Solutions, a leading technology consulting firm specializing in software development with Java and open source, is now a Sonatype Certified Training Partner.  Sonatype chose Chariot Solutions as a partner because of their deep understanding of Java training. We are excited to have Chariot Solutions as a Certified Training partner…Organizations can rely on Chariot Solutions […]

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How To Build a Scala 2.8/Java Application with Maven


March 25, 2010 By
hloney

This mackaz.de blog post shows you how to build an application using Maven, with both Java and Scala source files.  Your project will be set up so that the Java-classes can access Scala-classes and vice versa. The project automatically uses the latest Scala 2.8-Snapshot until it’s released (Maven will look for the latest version of […]

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Roller Project Converts Build to Maven


March 15, 2010 By
Tim O'Brien

Sonatype has spent the last few years investing in the Maven ecosystem. We’ve created solid documentation, we’ve invested heavily in making sure that m2eclipse provides solid IDE integration, and we’re about to unleash even more tools that will make it even easier for developers to develop and share software. Here’s an excerpt from Dave Johnson’s […]

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The Inside Scoop on Maven and JRuby Integration


March 3, 2010 By
hloney

Today Charles Nutter, core member of JRuby, discussed two projects that integrate JRuby and Maven, and the implications of this interoperability.  The first is a prototype Maven server that will make any Java library installable as a gem. Let me repeat that: ANY Java library in the world, installable as a gem. This means you […]

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How to Control Nexus Groups with Effective Routing Rules


January 18, 2010 By
Tamas Cservenak

When you run a repository manager you will likely want to control which artifacts developers have access to.    Maybe you also want to try to speed up your builds and reduce the time it takes to find and retrieve the artifacts needed in your build.    You might be looking for an easy way to filter […]

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Galoppini Covers Sonatype's Open Documentation


February 23, 2009 By
Tim O'Brien

Roberto Galoppini just published a brief interview with Mark de Visser this morning which covers Sonatype’s open documentation efforts. As someone who has been involved with Sonatype’s open book efforts along with Jason, Brian, John, Jason, Bruce, and our other contributing authors it is interesting to see the traffic and interest that is generated by […]

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