Topic: gradle

Gradle releases new AI-powered testing solution

Gradle is releasing a new feature that promises to cut testing time by up to 70%. Predictive Test Selection is an extension to Gradle Enterprise that uses machine learning to select and run tests that are likely to provide useful feedback. In doing so, it avoids running tests that aren’t necessary or insightful.  According to … continue reading

MIT Labs year in review, Kotlin 1.0.6, and Ford debuts new self-driving vehicle—SD Times news digest: December 28, 2016

MIT Labs has had a transformative year. It’s community has developed more than 450 projects spanning different areas of scientific research. According to Joi Ita, director of MIT Media Labs, the top projects of 2016 includes: Data USA: A free and open-source data visualization tool project for public data in the United States. Ethics of Autonomous Vehicles: … continue reading

JavaOne vendors talk tools, Oracle

At Oracle OpenWorld and JavaOne this week, the software development industry was on hand to show off its new tools and to comment on Oracle’s myriad announcements. Oracle founder and chairman Larry Ellison doubled-down on cloud technologies, offering more cloud services, a cloud-in-a-box on-premise system, and a road map for Java EE. On the outside, … continue reading

Android Studio 2.2 focuses on ‘speed, smarts and Android support’

Google announced the stable availability of Android Studio 2.2 today, the latest release of its IDE for Android developers. This release comes with a few major enhancements, including evolved Android Frameworks, a new layout manager, and a few beta features. According to Jamal Eason, product manager for Android, this release has three major themes: speed, … continue reading

Gradle 3.0, Sumo Logic’s Unified Logs and Metrics solution, PNDA comes to Linux—SD Times news digest: Aug. 16, 2016

Gradle 3.0 has been released with fixes in the Gradle Daemon with specific fixes on Windows platforms, as well as the first support for Gradle Script Kotlin (a Kotlin-based build language for Gradle scripts). The support for Gradle Script Kotlin provides deep integration with both Eclipse and IDEA, including things such as auto-completion, refactoring, and navigation … continue reading

Gradle embraces Kotlin language

Gradle Inc., the company behind the Gradle build automation system, announced today that it will be bringing the Kotlin language, developed at JetBrains, onto its platform. Originally unveiled in 2011, Kotlin is a statically typed language that runs on the JVM. While Kotlin is not syntax-compatible with Java, it is able to interoperate with Java, … continue reading

Gradle raises $4.2 million

Gradle Inc., the company behind the open-source enterprise build automation system, has announced a US$4.2 million round of funding to expand its company and system. Gradle aims to transform how developers build and deliver software. According to Chief Marketing Officer Miko Matsumura, the company has seen 30x and even 100x improvements in customer and partner … continue reading

Android Developer Conference shows off new tools

The Android Developer Conference closed today, ending a three-day soiree of tooling, tutorials and talks. The event played host to a number of companies demonstrating and discussing their work on the Android platform. One newcomer to the show was CleverTap, a mobile app analytics and engagement service that easily integrates into existing application code. CleverTap … continue reading

Gradle founder shows off Android build speedups

BZ Media’s Android Developer Conference kicked off today in Santa Clara, headlined by keynote speaker Hans Dockter creator of the Gradle build system and CEO of Gradle. He showed off some of the improvements his company is working into future releases of the system. Gradle is currently at version 2.9, but Dockter spoke about the … continue reading

Eclipse Foundation announces Mars release train

The Eclipse Foundation has announced the release of Mars, the 10th annual coordinated release train of Eclipse projects. The Mars release train encompasses 79 open-source projects, 65 million lines of code, and the work of 380 Eclipse committers. It includes new support for Java 8 quick fixes in the Eclipse IDE, early support for Java … continue reading

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