The revolutionary effects of social networks have not missed the world of software development. Many services emerged to support collaboration on projects over the Internet, especially in the world of open-source software. Concepts such as distributed version control, routine forking, and pull requests are in some ways changing the basic process of group development. One of the most popular social networks for software collaboration is GitHub, whose motto is "Social Coding." Learn about development social networks in the context of GitHub, but with principles applicable to other sites such as BitBucket, and even to your organization's internal systems.
This article covers Flash compilation and linkages, dependency scope, RSL support, WAR packaging, build profiles and the ASDoc goal. By the end of this article you should have all the tools you need to manage your enterprise project with Maven and Flexmojos.
NuGet is a package manager for developers that puts the best .NET libraries just a click away. It provides acess to free developer libraries and supports a model where companies can set up a private “app store” to manage libraries in their company. Learn how to work with NuGet to streamline your projects.
Ant is arguably the de facto build tool for the Java™ platform; however, other build tools, which support a more expressive paradigm that XML lacks, are entering the scene. In this installment of Automation for the people, automation expert Paul Duvall describes how Raven, a build platform built on top of Ruby, leverages the power of a full-featured programming language with the simplicity of a build-centric Domain Specific Language.
Installing software is often a painful chore for most users. The installation package you generate — the "last mile" of software development — can make the difference between user adoption and another product thrown into the virtual waste bin. In this installment of Automation for the people, automation expert Paul Duvall demonstrates how the freely available, open source IzPack tool for writing wizard-based installers can make installing your software a snap for users.
There are a number of challenges that make the deployment task more difficult. Alex reviews the common techniques for deploying new databases and upgrading existing ones, and their flaws, and argues the advantages of an automated, incremental, script-based approach to deployments
In this tutorial, you take a look at where your service code,your server-side class files, need to be placed on your web server so your Flex application can access them. Because this is application server dependent,refer to the section for your server side-technology—PHP, ColdFusion, or Java.
This article shows you how easy it is to use a build framework such as MSBuild or TeamCity to build .NET software. It also demonstrates how to add Continuous Integration (CI) with .NET applications to an Agile ALM CI ecosystem that can also integrate other artifact types, such as Java.