Archive: May 2018

Gradle Goodness: Command Line Options For Custom Tasks

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Hubert Klein Ikkink

Gradle added an incubation feature to Gradle 4.6 to add command line options for custom tasks. This means we can run a task using Gradle and add command line options to pass information to the task. Without this feature we would have to use project properties passed via the -P or --project-property. The good thing about the new feature is that the Gradle help task displays extra information about the command line options supported by a custom task.

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JSHeroes 2018 Conference Report

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Martijn van der Wijst

In this report Sjoerd Valk (@Sjoerdus) and Martijn van der Wijst (@vanderwise) try to sum up their experiences in Cluj-Napoca, Romania. They stayed in Cluj during the 17th and 21st of April to attend the JSHeroes conference, a frontend conference all about JavaScript. Presented by heroes of the JavaScript open source community. Although most of the speakers admitted they weren’t really heroes, the very last speaker gave his talk in a hero-esque costume.

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