Submitted by harrydev on Thu, 11/27/2014 - 10:32
In the earlier tutorials, we have seen how to install maven in eclipse. Now we will go ahead and create a simple maven project. Before proceeding, we assume you already installed Maven.
As mentioned earlier MAVEN helps us in creating the project structure, managing and downloading the dependencies. We need to define the required dependencies in pom.xml. We will look more in detail. (By default maven adds few dependencies specific to project structures and that will be based on the archetype that we choose).
First let us create a simple maven project
Submitted by harrydev on Tue, 11/25/2014 - 13:25
You can install maven as a plug-in for Eclipse. Using Eclipse Market Place or By using Install new software option.
First let us try installing using an easy way 'Eclipse Market Place'.
After you click on Eclipse market place under help menu, we need to search for maven. It will show you many results with maven. Please select the Maven based on your eclipse version like Maven Integration for Eclipse and m2e connector etc (Kepler/Luna etc).
Submitted by harrydev on Wed, 10/22/2014 - 14:22
As mentioned earlier MAVEN helps us in creating the project structure, managing and downloading the dependencies(MAVEN adds few default dependencies specific to project structures).
How does MAVEN know all this – meaning how is it able to differentiate between project structures, how does it know which project structure needs which dependency?
Submitted by harrydev on Wed, 10/22/2014 - 13:15
This tutorial is a brief introduction to MAVEN, we’ll look at what MAVEN is and we’ll also learn how to set up MAVEN on development environment.
So what is MAVEN?
To answer that question in a single sentence is not possible because MAVEN is a lot of things put into one. Most and common usages of MAVEN are…
1) Build tool (Similar to ANT in this case for example)
2) Project management tool is one other role played by MAVEN. It helps to generate reports, it helps in dependency management.
Submitted by harrydev on Sat, 01/04/2014 - 03:09
Step 1: System Requirements
Check if java installed on your machine.
From Command prompt, please enter "java -version" which will display the Java version installed in your local machine.