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Java Gradle and Maven Tooling for Cloud Foundry Improves

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Java Gradle and Maven Tooling for Cloud Foundry Improves

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Pivotal has developed and open sourced some new components for Cloud Foundry to make deployment a lot easier with some new options and really short commands for pushing your applications via Maven or Gradle:

For Maven:

$ mvn clean package cf:push

For Gradle:

$ gradle clean assemble cf-push

This blog post on Pivotal's blog shows you how to use the Gradle and Maven plugins in your own project.  If you don't want to bother setting up Cloud Foundry on your own service provider, you can use run.pivotal.io.

It would be interesting to know what PaaS has the best support for Java build systems and other important tools.

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