In the tutorial, we show you how to install Maven in Ubuntu Server.
In the tutorial, we show how to install Maven on Windows.
– Windows 10
– Java 10
– Lastest Maven 3.5.4
– Maven Introduction – Part 1
– Maven Introduction – Part 2: Maven Repositories and Plugins
– Part 3: Maven Dependency Mechanism
– Maven Introduction – Part 4: Maven Build LifeCycle
– Unit Test – Maven skip test with SpringBoot
In the tutorial, JavaSampleApproach will show you how to work with Maven skip test and SpringBoot.
Maven build lifeCycle is the central concept of Maven. The sequence of phases which define the order of building and distributing artifact/project is defined with a build lifeCycle.
There are three standard lifeCycles: default, clean and site.
– default handles project deployment.
– clean handles project cleaning.
– site handles the creation of project’s site documentation.
This tutorial will introduce these Maven build lifeCycles, relation between concepts of phases and plugin goals.
Dependency Management is a key feature of Maven. Maven Dependencies are identified by individual artifacts such as libraries or modules. It is not too difficult to manage dependencies for just a single project but, with multi-module projects, there are many things unclear.
This tutorial introduces the Maven Dependency Mechanism by which Maven helps us control them.
Following previous Maven article, we will go through more Maven concepts such as Maven Repositories, Plug-ins to understand better Maven standards.
Maven is a software project management and comprehension tool, an open source project by the Apache community. It can also model a standard structure for Java projects. With Project Object Model (POM) approach, Maven provides a uniform and radical way of understanding and building Java project, reporting and documentation with all its dependencies.
This tutorial will go through quite a few Maven concepts with Eclipse IDE so that we can have a better understanding about its standards.