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Integrating maven in your Android Eclipse projects

December 14th, 2010 5 comments
Managing dependencies is very important in software development. The ability to declare your dependencies, handle transitive dependencies, and fetch these dependencies automatically is one of the benefits of using Maven. Today I installed Ubuntu on my laptop, and started checking out my Android projects from my GitHub repository.
During that checkout, I was ashamed to find that some of them had external dependencies declared that couldn’t be found on my newly installed system.The dependencies were pointing to a location on the desktop of the machine where I did the check-in. Shame on me.



One of the strenghts of maven2 is that by declaring the dependencies in the pom.xml, anyone checking out the pom will automatically have all of it’s dependencies resolved.
Having a JEE background, where maven2 is heavily used in my everyday working environment, I wondered if it was possible to combine maven2 with my Android projects, and came accross 3 interesing projects that make it possible.
The goal of this article is to provide you with a step-by-step guide to glue everything together, and start developing your Android apps in Eclipse using Maven2.
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Git, Github and Egit Eclipse integration

August 14th, 2010 5 comments

Today, I created my first repository at Github. The process was really simple. It basically involved the following steps :

  • Signing up for a free account at Github and creating a repository
  • Installing git (Windows users should checkout MsysGit.) to interact with the repository and GitHub.
  • Generating the key-value pairs
  • Creating a repository
  • Installing the Eclipse plugin

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