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If you’re familiar with Gradle Build Tool’s basics elements—possibly through the author’s previous O’Reilly book, Building and Testing with Gradle—this more advanced guide provides the recipes, techniques, and syntax to help you master this build tool. With clear, concise explanations and lots of ready-to-use code examples, you’ll explore four discrete areas of Gradle functionality: file operations, custom Gradle plugins, build lifecycle hooks, and dependency management.
At LinkedIn we want to radically change the definition and eliminate these deficiencies in the system both when it comes to releasing software and developing software every day. There is a lot of buzz around continuous delivery and deployment and I think Gradle is instrumental on the development side, on the micro level, and the day-to-day on how we can eliminate the deficiencies in the system.
We do truly feel that Gradle is the best build system for the JVM…
I hereby would like to thanks to you guys. You really make great tools. It is comprehensive, I can find anything I needed. I am a maven Developer. I have a lot of project from Ant, but it can’t be done right by maven as lib restriction until i saw this. It is totally awesome.
Keep up the great work. Gradle is one of my very favorite tools, and finding a developer who doesn’t yet use Gradle is like finding a movie fan who hasn’t yet seen The Godfather. “Oh my God! Stop everything and watch this!”
Gradle of course is awesome, it was a life saver for our project, I couldn’t bear with Maven. Congratulations and best of luck! thank you for all the effort you put into building Gradle.