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Automate Java Dev Setup | IntelliJ | Maven | Cargo

You want to automate the provisioning of a Java Web (REST) development stack. We will employ Maven, IntelliJ, Cargo, Tomcat, Selinium on either a Windows or Linux platform. The resulting application must be buildable and runnable inside IntelliJ, by Jenkins, and on the Windows and Linux command lines. Provisioning a Stack for Java WebApp Development You can use Chocolatey to

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Comands & Keyboard Shortcuts | Directory

Commands and Keyboard Shortcuts Directory IT professionals need to be fast. Touch typing is just the beginning. Once you can touch type you need to issue commands using the keyboard. The links below take you to specialist command and keyboard shortcut directories. emacs version control | how to emacs version control commands git emacs version control – extension points using

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DevOps | 7 Steps to Automate a Delivery Pipeline

The 7 DevOps Interactions that Automate Software Delivery No other website provides a detailed guide on how to automate your entire software delivery pipeline. DevOps is what Google, Amazon and Twitter use to deliver working software once, (sometimes twice) a day. It is also known as Continuous Delivery – and the point is to automate the software delivery pipeline –

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How to Install Nexus on Ubuntu 16.04

If you manage more than one JAVA module – you’ll need Nexus. Nexus works best alongside JAVA (.jar, .ear, .war) or Groovy or Scala software a Jenkins Continuous Integration Server (or Continuum or Hudson) a Maven or ANT or SBT or Gradle build management tool Before installing your Nexus repository – come see ours, in the flesh. see our Nexus

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IntelliJ – Integrated Development Environment for Java Centric Projects

IntelliJ is today’s best Java IDE (Integrated Development Environment). Use IntelliJ for Play2 Web App Development Google Android App Development Plain Old Java Development Scala, Angular, SBT, Maven etc Eclipse vs IntelliJ Google’s choice of IntelliJ (by JetBrains) to be the de-facto Android App Development Environment for Android was the final nail in Eclipse’s coffin. Save for an auto-save feature

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