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Nexus Implementation using Ant Build scripts

Nexus implementation using Ant Build scripts In general, we keep the required compile-time jars in the local file system to use at the time of build. To avoid local file system dependencies and inconsistencies, we can use central repositories. By integrating with repositories like Maven and Nexus, we can save the memory, and it is […]

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How to Host Your Project Using Azure Build & Release Pipelines (GIFs included)

If you have a project in your repository that you want to host on the web, running the build and release pipelines on Azure is one way to go. Although configuring them is super easy, the process itself is not very intuitive especially the first time you encounter it because what each pipeline does is […]

3 Cool Announcements From Microsoft Build 2020

I finally got a chance to attend Microsoft Build this year! Unfortunately, it was at the cost of a worldwide pandemic so I guess I shouldn’t be that excited about it. Typically, Build is held in-person with 15,000+ of your closest developer friends – it’s Microsoft’s big yearly showcase of all the innovation they’ve been […]

Sitecore DevOps on Microsoft Azure

A few months ago, Tim McCarthy and I had the opportunity to give a presentation at Sitecore Symposium in New Orleans, LA about Sitecore, infrastructure-as-code, and build and release strategy using Visual Studio Team Services and Microsoft Azure. These are platforms and practices that we use daily in maintaining consistent build and deploy processes and […]

Azure DevOps: Scale Out Your Build System

Every developer knows that builds are an integral piece to the Application Lifecycle. Using an automated build and testing process will help speed the time to market for your application. Visual Studio and Team Foundation Server offers a number of features to help with this process. To use Team Foundation Build for automated building and testing […]

BUILD & IGNITE Know It. Prove It. Tech Challenge Tour

I recently blogged about my personal experiences with the first “Know it. Prove it.” challenge that ran through the month of February 2015. The “Know it. Prove it.” challenge is back! This time it’s bigger and better than ever. The new challenge is a companion to both the Build and Ignite Conferences with 11 amazing […]

Automated Build and Deploy in WebSphere Message Broker Using Ant

Summary:  This article shows a step-by-step approach for setting up an automated build and deploy framework in IBM® WebSphere® Message Broker (also known as IBM® Integration Bus) using Ant, Hudson and SubVersion. This also includes the set of frameworks components for setting up the auto build and deploy for a sample WMB project . Broker ARchive(BAR) file: Broker […]

Microsoft //BUILD Conference Webinar #1– BUILD Conference Highlights: How Windows 8 / Metro is Revolutionary

Date: September 29, 2011 Time: 1:00-2:00 PM EST Register Now! http://microsoftbuild1.eventbrite.com/ Windows 8 is a product that is initially both exhilarating and confusing. The Metro Style UI first experienced in Windows Phone 7 is at the forefront of Windows 8. It is fresh and inviting to the user while providing the information users need to […]

Introducing the Microsoft //BUILD Conference Webinar Series

Microsoft announced ground-breaking news at their BUILD conference in Anaheim, CA last week — an upcoming windows Platform refresh that will impact anyone who uses services or develops for the Windows platform. Windows 8 will feature a new, tablet-inspired interface called Metro, and an app-focused development environment. While we can expect more news and details […]

WebSphere Portal and Maven (Part 6)

You use a parent pom.xml file that each portlet project inherits from to encapsulate your dependencies and maven plugin bindings. This keeps all this code out of sight from your portlet project. This first code posting shows the plugin definition under a pluginManagement section. This section is used to create any dependencies used by the […]

WebSphere Portal and Maven (Part 5)

I recommend using a maven plugin to package your logic. The reason is that the ANT antcall and XSLT tasks require file inputs (and do not support URIs). When you package these file resources into a jar (as you do with a plugin) then you can extract them to the correct relative filesystem locations as […]

WebSphere Portal and Maven (Part 4)

So far you have a compiled portlet and an XSLT capable of producing an xmlaccess request input file based on your specific portlet.xml file. Next you create an ANT script that is capable of submitting your request to the portal server. The script presented below diverges to distinguish between local portlet deployments (when you are […]

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