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Building and Testing with Gradle Gradle is the project automation tool that is taking the Java world by storm. This ebook shows you to us Gradle for building and testing software written in Java and other JVM languages. It covers transitioning to Gradle from Maven, integration with IDEs such as Eclipse, and more. Full description


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Too basic to warrant a book 15 septembre 2011
Par John Burbridge - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
The book's synopsis is true to its contents. It does not over-promise and delivers exactly what it says it will. If you've never used Gradle before, this book will teach you the basics of building and testing.

I would recommend this book only to individuals who don't have any prior Ant / Maven / Gradle experience and prefer reading a book than reading the on-line documentation. For everyone else I'd recommend reading the on-line documentation thoroughly, downloading Gradle and becoming familiar with the samples that are packaged with the standard distribution.

In my case, I had already been using Gradle for a couple of months and had a solid understanding of the basics, so I was a bit disappointed to find most of my intermediate / advanced questions were not addressed. Gradle is capable of offering a lot more than building and testing but there's virtually nothing in this book addressing topics like configuration, deployment or integration testing.

I was also surprised to find that there's virtually no coverage of some of the more popular plug-ins such as war, ear, jetty, tomcat, cobertura, etc. The only plug-in that is covered extensively is the Maven plug-in - there's an entire chapter devoted to it. The testing chapter covers junit, testng, spock, easyb and geb -- albeit very very basic information is provided.

In short, chances are that if you're looking for a Gradle book you already know a the basics. You've done a little research and compared it to Ant, Maven and Buildr. You're past the hello world examples and are looking for something with a bit more depth. And if that's your case, then you're like me and will probably not benefit much from this book.
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Unsuitable for both build tool beginners and experts 17 avril 2012
Par Aslag - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
As others have written, this book doesn't approach the complexity of building software projects and competently building such projects is largely about managing complexity. While it may not be fair to judge the book for its simplistic treatment of the topic (after all it is *really short* and meant to be a sort of introductory volume), it is a tremendous shortcoming. For people with some passing familiarity with Gradle but who want to study it in-depth and apply it to real-world problems, this book doesn't provide much assistance.

But even as an introductory volume the book falls short: it assumes the reader has familiarity with current build tools (Maven and Ant with Ivy) and knows how to use them. For the reader who does meet these criteria, Gradle's own online documentation provides much more useful information about getting started than this book does. For the reader who has very little previous build tool experience, the book assumes too much to be useful. In this way it fails to provide a proper introduction to Gradle and should probably be avoided.
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Fulfills what the title promises 7 septembre 2011
Par Per Holst - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
The only book out there on Gradle, and it is relatively new published July 2011. At 110 pages it is rather short, and doesn't cover everything about Gradle - it's not a 'Complete guide to Gradle', but the 6 chapters does cover the basics in the obvious ways:

Hello, Gradle!
Gradle Tasks
Ant and Gradle
Maven and Gradle
Testing with Gradle
Multiproject Builds

The book does provide pointers for migrating from e.g. Maven to Gradle. As I'm not intimately familiar with neither Maven nor Gradle, I can't really say if it is sufficient to jump from Ant directly into Gradle, or if a quick pit-stop in the Maven (3?) camp is beneficial.

There are a few kind of typos in the book, e.g. Example 1-5 the src directory seems to be a subdirectory of the build.gradle file, this is fixed in Example 1-6 though.

There's also a minor issue with the doFirst() method - I'd suggest saying that this would prepend or prefix the closure to the existing block as opposed to saying appending to the beginning.

The book is more concise and better organized than the Gradle user guide which seems to do a halfbaked description, then referring to a later chapter.

Running some modified examples from the book - not from the github repository - I experienced a rather detrimental blow up when applying the plugins for Scala and Groovy. The compiler dependencies need to be added to the build file.

Being the only book on the subject it's sad that it's not a Complete Guide, but it does fulfill what the title promises, it's just not enough. An okay read though.
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Good for beginners 17 septembre 2011
Par Will Gilbert - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
As with the other reviewers I was happy to finally see a book on Gradle but was underwhelmed by the content. This is a good book for beginners and I have recommended it to my friends at work. Am looking forward to a more comprehensive 'Complete Guide to ...' book in the future. My advice to those interested in learning Gradle -- jump right in and do a simple project. You're going to be impressed by how much you can do in so little time. You will also be impressed how the Gradle build system gets out of the way and works with the developer. Learn the difference between the configuration phase and the execution phase and you'll have no trouble writing tasks.
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Good book for getting up to speed 1 novembre 2011
Par JShingler - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
You've heard about Gradle, you want to learn what it is about and try it out.

This is a good introduction to Gradle. The authors do I nice job of introducing Gradle and giving background. If you aren't a seasoned devop, this is a good way to get started.

The book goes from installing Gradle to using it in a multi project build.
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