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Custom Node Module Management using Private npm Registry Configured in Nexus Repository

By Nipun Thilakshan on June 17, 2020 How-To
How to configure a private npm registry in Sonatype Nexus Repository, and how to publish and consume custom Node.js modules in your projects.
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Four Steps to Get Started with Nexus Repository Using New REST APIs

By Sable Yemane on January 10, 2020 How-To
Nexus Repository Manager supports REST API endpoints for binary management. Use NXRM endpoints to seamlessly integrate with your tools and CI/CD pipeline.
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Publishing Private NPM Packages to Nexus

By Erik Dietrich on June 12, 2019 How-To
From DRY principle, sharing code within an organization, and keeping code secure, there are many reasons you may want to publish private NPM packages to Nexus. Today, we show you the how.
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Setting up a Docker Private Registry with Authentication Using Nexus and Nginx

By Stefan Prodan on March 15, 2017 How-To
This article shows how you can set up a Docker Private Registry with authentication and SSL using Nexus Repository OSS.
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Publishing Your Artifacts to the Central Repository

By Brian Fox on October 12, 2011 repository
Publishing Your Artifacts to the Central Repository
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The best Maven how-tos from the Sonatype blog

By Brian Fox on July 15, 2011 Nexus Repo Reel
The best Maven how-tos from the Sonatype blog
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How to make an executable jar in Maven

By Brian Fox on August 13, 2009 Sonatype Says
How to make an executable jar in Maven
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Create a Customized Build Process in Maven

By John Casey on August 05, 2009 Nexus Repo Reel

Creating a custom Maven lifecycle mapping for your project's build process isn't that difficult, as long as you know a couple of tricks.

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How to make a plugin that runs once during a build

By Brian Fox on May 22, 2009 Nexus Repo Reel

With it's default behavior, Maven runs a plugin invocation for each project in a multi-module build. For plugins that operate on a single project at a time, this is what the author wants.

Some

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