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Enjoy Bintray and use it as pain-free gateway to Maven Central

What does it means when some tool or framework has literally dozens of guides, pages long each? It probably means that it is popular, or complicated to use. Usually, both. That’s the story of Maven Central (a.k.a. Central Repository, a.k.a. repo1, a.k.a. ibiblio). Of course, there is a better alternative nowadays – Bintray is already … Continued

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Nodeclipse: 500k downloads per month and counting!

Paul Verest, the Nodeclipse project lead posted to the Nodeclipse blog about his experiences with Bintray. He talks about how the Bintray distribution platform freed up resources to take care of the truly important things – driving Nodeclipse and Enide Studio forward! The main benefits Paul mentions are: Speed – almost 3 times faster than … Continued

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Stay in Context, See the World

New release, new features! Focus on what’s important You know, Bintray supports various repository types, like Maven, YUM and Debs, and more types to come. But sometimes all those goodies are just too much. You want to see and search for only certain type of packages (e.g. focus only on Maven jars to use Bintray … Continued

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Tracking New Java Libraries Has Never Been Easier!

Want to know when a new version of $YourFavoriteJavaLibrary is released (and I mean – any Java library)? With Bintray, it’s one-two-three. Go to bintray.com and search. Click on the package you’d like to watch. Click “watch”, (log in if needed). Done. Watch your mailbox, you’ll get an email. It can’t be simpler than this, … Continued