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Nexus Lifecycle and IntelliJ IDEA

Our roots are deeply secured to the development community at Sonatype. While Nexus products now span roles and responsibilities across an organization, we’re always looking to consider the needs of our developer tribe. We make it a point to continually add developer-focused features to our suite of products as part of this commitment. We also

Author, Scott Alexander-Bown

How to Publish Your Open Source Library to Maven Central

by Scott Alexander-Bown Introduction Have you created a great (or at least useful) Java/Android open source project that you want to enable other developers use in their projects easily? Have you wondered how to publish your library to Maven Central? then this is the article for you! One of the biggest wins when switching from Eclipse

Author, Dan Rollo

Noob Notes: A New User Perspective on the CLM Eclipse IDE Plugin

After spending some time with the Sonatype CLM plugin for Eclipse, I found myself using a number of features outside the normal security and license policy tools, and instead using the features for general development tasks. These features, which I’ll discuss in detail below, include filtering the component list, using the “Website: i-button” link and

Author, Manfred Moser

Tips from the Trenches: Publishing Components from Jenkins to Sonatype Nexus [VIDEO]

In the 21st module of our on-demand training series, Tips from the Trenches, Manfred Moser shows how to publish components from Jenkins to Nexus. These videos are part of our community effort, freely accessible to all members. Other modules in the series include Introduction Documentation Proxing Nexus with nginx Node.js and NPM Registries with Nexus

Author, Jordi Cuenca

Free Continuous Integration Platform at a Glance

by  Jordi Cuenca-Aubets A note from  Abraham Marín Pérez: My friend and great technologist Jordi Cuenca-Aubets has been thinking for a while about building an end-to-end continuous integration platform for web applications where the entire technology stack is based upon open source software; judging by his latest development I think he has nailed it. In this

Author, Philipp Kren

Why S3 is not the perfect Maven repository

by Philipp Krenn At ecosio we were looking for a new way to store our private Maven artifacts. And we found the perfect candidate pretty quickly — Amazon’s Simple Storage Service (S3): Zero maintenance Redundant storage 99.99% availability Built-in authentication and authorization Decently priced at $0.03/GB plus a few cents for requests and free data transfer within an AWS

Author, Derek Weeks

RebelLabs Java Survey Results: Developers Love Nexus

Another informative and well-presented RebelLabs survey has hit the streets. Their 2014 Java Tools and Technologies Landscape report was just released and hats off to them for ‘their better than ever response rate’ and their good will for charity donations from each completed survey response. This year’s survey covers more than a dozen different tool/technology

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