Once you’ve completed the appropriate path for your needs, you should be aware of the relevant core concepts. That’s a good start. You can then learn organically, making effective use of the user and DSL guides while working with real builds. But you may need to accelerate your learning to deal with a complex build or you may be under time pressures to complete a build or migration.
There is plenty of material available to help you learn the ins and outs of Gradle. The website has a list of books that will both help you get started and give you a comprehensive understanding of the tool. If you’re an Android developer and newcomer to authoring Gradle builds, consider this free, self-learning course on Udacity.
For a more concentrated and accelerated learning experience, try an instructor-led workshop:
For more advanced requirements, check out the other available training courses.
You can also learn a lot about Gradle in the real world through a collection of recorded presentations and other videos on a variety of topics. You may find just the one you need to satisfy your current requirements!
If you know in advance or have soon discovered that you have complex build requirements and feel that you need some help, consider one of the consulting options available from Gradle Inc. Alternatively, you can ask the Gradle Community for help on a specific problem via the Gradle forums.
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