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Java Tech Journal #14 – Gradle: Advanced Insights

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The latest issue of Java Tech Journal – the free PDF magazine that delves deeper into a topic from within the Java ecosystem, is available now to download for FREE.

Java Tech Journal is the digital-only magazine covering all the hot topics for Java and Eclipse developers. Each issue deep dives into one topic, be it the Scala programming language or Agile development. The magazine provides an insight into emerging trends in the Java universe, and offers best practices for established technologies on a monthly basis.

This issue, co-edited by Grails and Groovy specialist Tim Berglund, focuses on Gradle – the powerful open source build tool that has recieved industry-wide acclaim for its ability to make both the simple and advanced hand-coded custom builds .

In this final issue of Java Tech Journal for 2011 -

  • Gradle SOAP - Ken Kousen illustrates several useful features of Gradle not often covered in a typical tutorial
  • Plugging in to Gradle Plugins – Tim Berglund gives some useful guidelines and a practical tutorial for advanced Gradle users who want to extend the tool with plugins
  • Interview with Hans Dockter - the Gradle co-creator outlines the history of the build tool and also articulates his vision for its future.

We hope it gives newcomers a brief glimpse into the powers of Gradle – a tool you just can’t ignore.

Get your free PDF Java Tech Journal version now! Or why not try out the iPad or Android versions! The app and Issue 1 are available for free, all other issues at 99 cents. Great value for invaluable information about the latest trends.

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