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Java Introduction to Functional Programming Java's Functional Toolset Using forEach

M T
M T
1,522 Points

Can you provide a more detailed instruction on how to run gradle?

Got the answer but can't submit. A more detailed instruction will go a long way. Very frustrating :(

2 Answers

andren
andren
28,503 Points

If you are using IntelliJ (which is the IDE Treehouse recommends) then you should have a "Gradle" tab that you can click on over on the right sidebar of the IDE window. If you can't see that button then you can open the window by clicking on the "View" menu on the top toolbar then "Tool Windows" then "Gradle".

Once the Gradle window opens up you just need to expand the "Tasks" and "treehouse" options and then double click on the "prepareSubmission" task.

Craig Dennis
Craig Dennis
Treehouse Teacher

Hi M Tesfaye !

Did this answer help? Did you get unstuck?

M T
M T
1,522 Points

Thanks andren and Craig Dennis - I didn't have the gradle plugin installed; once I got that, I was able to follow along. I'm liking the course so far.