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Setting Up Maven

July 2012 Blogged by Gino Busok

Setting up Maven

Maven is considered by many only as a build tool. Maven, as defined by the project’s website, is a project management and comprehension tool. Aside from helping on managing a build, maven is also useful in documentation, reporting, managing dependencies, SCMs, releases and distributions.

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Improve Java Web Development Server Startup Time

August 2009 Blogged by Jaycobb Cruz

Improve Java Web Development Server Startup Time

When developing an application in a web server environment, the ease of use and startup time of the application are crucial elements for best performance. Due to this, the Hot Code Replace (HCR) debugging technique was developed to “facilitate experimental development and to foster iterative trial-and-error coding,” effectively improving…

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Apache Ivy : An Agile Dependency Manager

June 2008 Blogged by Rey Jexter Bumalay

Apache Ivy : An Agile Dependency Manager

Why I Choose Ivy? The main thing I like about Ivy is its simplicity. You can use Ivy with only ant installed on your system (and of course, java). This means that you don’t need to download any Ivy related libraries or when using eclipse, no plug-in is needed. You can run everything using ant, from installing the ivy library to downloading the dependencies.

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