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Intro to Maven0:42 with Chris Ramacciotti
In this first video, you'll get a brief introduction to what we'll cover in the remainder of the workshop. If you don't have Maven installed on your machine, be sure to check the Teacher's Notes for Maven installation instructions before moving on to the next video.
Follow the instructions at maven.apache.org/install.html to install Maven on Windows, MacOS, or Linux.
Or, you can choose from one of the options below.
Install Maven on MacOS
If you're on a Mac, you might prefer to use Homebrew:
brew install maven
Install Maven on Linux
If you use
apt-get, you can install Maven with:
sudo apt-get install maven
Hi, Chris here.
And today we're gonna talk about Maven.
If you're developing Java applications,
then you're likely to use one of two build tools, Gradle or Maven.
Across the Java software industry, Maven still has the lion's share of use, so
let's see what it has to offer.
Throughout the rest of the workshop, we'll look at the typical structure of a maven
application, the POM or Project Object Model, how to manage dependencies in Maven
and how to include Maven with your code repository.
Before you move on though, you'll need to get Maven installed on your own machine.
Check the teacher's notes for how to install it using a variety of methods.
When you've got it installed on your machine, head to the next video.
All right, see you there.
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