GradleBuildCache_Feature

Speed Up Your Gradle Builds with JFrog Artifactory

Gradle introduced a cool built-in feature that lets you cache task outputs. Why is this cool? Because it reduces build time. How? By sharing the output of Gradle tasks between machines, subsequent builds are accelerated since they can reuse those outputs instead of rebuilding them. Now, this is where it gets even cooler. This feature … Continued

Go beyond Java with CI server and Artifactory

During the last couple of years, continuous integration (CI) and automated release management methodologies have become much stronger in non-Java builds.Number of familiar tools are used for these methodologies, like the version control system to manages your sources, your build tool to actually build your software from sources and  your build server, which builds your software continuously using … Continued

Dependency Management with .NET – Doing it Right

The problem of dependency management is neither new nor original, it exists in all development platforms, and .NET is no different.Let’s go through different solutions and see how they perform. I’ll list them here in no particular order.Keeping dependencies in your source controlThat’s a very popular solution, and for a reason. The benefits are obvious. … Continued

To Build or Not to Be – Seminar Videos

JFrog’s Continuous Integration and Build Seminar “To Build or Not to Be“, took place on July 1st, 2010 and was a big success.The sessions of Kohsuke Kawaguchi creator of Hudson and CEO of InfraDNA, and Hans Dockter creator of Gradle and CEO of Gradle Inc are now available online.Watch now the videos of “Gradle – A Better Way To Build“.and “Doing More with Hudson“   … Continued

The case study of JBoss Repository Manager

Most of the issues encountered by JBoss developers with their new build infrastructure are discussed openly here. This is an important source of information about the problems encountered with a Hudson, Maven and Sonatype-Nexus integration. Since we (JFrog) worked on Hudson, Maven, and Repository Manager environment for many years, we provided some feedbacks to JBoss.   … Continued

Empower Hudson with Artifactory – Track and Replay Your Build Artifacts

Overview In this blog, I will demonstrate how to integrate Hudson with JFrog’s Artifactory repository manager to have full build-to-artifacts traceability. We will use Artifactory plug-in to deploy the Hudson build artifacts and track them back to their original build. Keeping the history and reproducibility of code is a must-have for any modern project. Using one of the different … Continued