Packt is pleased to announce the release of Instant Apache Maven Starter, a concise guide that will help the reader learn more about the impressive capabilities of Maven. It will show the reader how to create and build a new Java application or web project from scratch, as well as teaching the reader to understand the POM file and Maven project coordinates. This book is now available in all the popular electronic formats, Amazon, Kindle, e-pub, and PDF.
About the Authors:
Maurizio Turatti is a software integration architect and an SOA expert with more than 16 years of professional experience. His main areas of interest are Integration and Enterprise applications architecture, event-driven distributed systems, test-driven software design, and business process modeling. With a background as a C and C++ developer, he is now mainly programming in Java and Python.
Maurizio Pillitu has over 12 years of experience in the ICT industry, mostly related with open source technologies. He has held different positions as a Software Developer/Designer/Architect, Sales Engineer, Technical Trainer, and Project and Team Leader. He has a wide knowledge of J2EE technologies and related open source frameworks, especially around Enterprise Content Management frameworks/products and large-scale web publishing platforms.
Instant Apache Maven Starter will show readers how to set up a local Maven environment and start coding and unit-testing in an instant. It will also teach readers how to understand the Project Object Model (POM) file, its naming conventions, and internal dependencies, so that any kind of Java project can be managed uniformly and systematically.
Using this concise guide, developers will learn to create their own Java project templates and how to reuse them. They will also master the art of managing dependencies and project coordinates while adopting best practice. This book also teaches readers how to perform unit and integration testing using Maven and Junit, and how to create and manage multi-module projects.
This book will be useful for Java developers who are new to Apache Maven, as well as experts who are looking for immediate information. For more information, please visit the book page at http://www.packtpub.com/apache-maven-starter/book
|Instant Apache Maven Starter|
| Create Java projects and project templates with Maven archetypes.
For more information, please visit: http://www.packtpub.com/apache-maven-starter/book