It’s not even been a year since Gradle 5.1 arrived in January, and yet here we are staring down the next major release: Gradle 6.0. This latest release of the build-automation software brings much improved features for dependency management, faster incremental compilation for Java and Groovy, support for Java 13, as well as out of the box support for javadoc and source jars. And that’s not all, so let’s take a closer look!
Gradle 5.6 is here, and is the last of the 5.x versions, so it’s a bit bigger than your average minor update. Among the changes are improvements to speed up Groovy compilation, a new plugin for Java test fixtures, and better management of plugin versions in multi-project builds. There’s also an important security update. Let’s take a closer look at what’s changed.
It can be frustrating to have a build break because of a tiny difference between development and production environments. This tutorial aims to provide you with the tools to get a truly self-contained build up and running so you can focus on what matters without worrying about external influences.
The latest version of IntelliJ IDEA brings a whole pile of changes with it. From the performance and look to quality of life improvements, there’s a lot going on here for free and Ultimate users alike. Let’s take a closer look at what’s changed.
Every Monday, we take a step back and look at all the cool stuff that went down during the previous week. Last week, we saw the proposal of Project Lanai, the arrival of Grails 4 and lots more. Let’s have a look.
Gradle 5.5.1 has landed and brings some new features with it. Create Gradle plugins via init, set organization-level properties, define custom artifact transforms on dependency resolution & more.
We all know that containerizing Java applications is anything but simple. But Jib is an open-source Java containerizer from Google that aspires to change that! In this article, we take a look at its first milestone release and its features.
The Gradle team is back with a new release that brings some very interesting new features. From a new Java Platform plugin to annotation processor improvements, Gradle 5.2 is stuffed with useful changes.
Every Monday, we take a step back and look at all the cool stuff that went down during the previous week. Last week, most of the tech world was still on vacation so we had some time to catch up on some new releases that became available during the holidays.
Gradle is back with another release featuring a long list of updates, improvements, and fixes. From improvements for plugin authors to enhanced tooling API, this release features a lot of goodies!
We’ve been keeping an eye out for Gradle, since rc.1 dropped earlier this month. Now, Gradle 5.0 is here! This major release comes with all kinds of new features and changes for developers, including Java 11 support, production ready Kotlin DSL, dependency alignment, task timeouts, and more!
We have some pretty big news coming our way! The first release candidate for Gradle 5.0 is live and we take a look at the most promising new features and changes. Make sure you pay attention to this one since it marks the last phase before general availability hits, so we pretty much have the final deal!
Gradle is here with the newest release 4.9 and it impresses us with an extensive list of new features, improvements, issue fixes, and a couple of breaking changes!
The latest update from Gradle is sure to keep everyone smiling. The new Gradle 4.8 boasts a number of improvements that are sure to delight Gradle users, including dependency locking, plugin upgrades for Maven and Ivy, and improvements to incremental annotation processing.