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SkillsCast

Leveraging Existing Tools In Your Builds

28th October 2013 in London at The Crypt, St James Church Clerkenwell

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We'll look at the techniques and APIs available for integrating tools such as code generators, web browsers, language runtimes, and even other build systems. Using embedded libraries, external processes, external Java processes, Ant tasks and even forked workers, you'll learn how you can extend Gradle by integrating your favorite tools.

One of the key aspects of a well oiled development workflow is the effective integration of different fit-for-purpose tools. While Gradle offers a lot out of the box, there are many great tools out there that can help you and your team at build time with many different kinds of tasks. Fortunately, Gradle is an extensible kit and offers many ways for you to leverage such tools easily.

We'll look at the techniques and APIs available for integrating tools such as code generators, web browsers, language runtimes, and even other build systems. Using embedded libraries, external processes, external Java processes, Ant tasks and even forked workers, you'll learn how you can extend Gradle by integrating your favorite tools.

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Leveraging Existing Tools In Your Builds

Rene Groschke

René has more than seven years experience in developing software for the enterprise and defence industry, both nationally and internationally. He regularly shares his passion and experience with bachelor students of the Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative

SkillsCast

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We'll look at the techniques and APIs available for integrating tools such as code generators, web browsers, language runtimes, and even other build systems. Using embedded libraries, external processes, external Java processes, Ant tasks and even forked workers, you'll learn how you can extend Gradle by integrating your favorite tools.

One of the key aspects of a well oiled development workflow is the effective integration of different fit-for-purpose tools. While Gradle offers a lot out of the box, there are many great tools out there that can help you and your team at build time with many different kinds of tasks. Fortunately, Gradle is an extensible kit and offers many ways for you to leverage such tools easily.

We'll look at the techniques and APIs available for integrating tools such as code generators, web browsers, language runtimes, and even other build systems. Using embedded libraries, external processes, external Java processes, Ant tasks and even forked workers, you'll learn how you can extend Gradle by integrating your favorite tools.

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About the Speaker

Leveraging Existing Tools In Your Builds

Rene Groschke

René has more than seven years experience in developing software for the enterprise and defence industry, both nationally and internationally. He regularly shares his passion and experience with bachelor students of the Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative