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Artifactory Jenkins Plugin 2.3.0 - Jenkins’ Multiple-Configuration, Dynamic repositories & auto push to Bintray
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We've launched the agenda, only 24 HOURS for the Early-Bird pricing!
swampUP - JFrog User Conference - the Frogs are excited to be hosting swampUP, our very first JFrog User Conference in Napa Valley this spring of 2015. swampUP provides the perfect venue for the elite members of the modern development community to share knowledge, exchange ideas, build relationships, and come together as a community in a comfortable setting.
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Webinar: Creating your own private Download Center and automating software distribution with Bintray
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Android Studio - Migration from maven central to jcenter

Some of the points:
1. jcenter is the new default repository used with Android’s gradle plugin.

2. jcenter is a Java repository in Bintray, which is the largest repo in the world for Java and Android OSS libraries, packages and components.

3. All the content in jcenter is served over a CDN, with a secure https connection. Where as the central maven 2 repository is HTTP only and HTTPS is not supported. (This might be one of the reasons as Google is a fan of HTTPs!).

4. jcenter() is a superset of mavenCentral(), that encompasses many additional repositories and artifacts.

5. The jcenter guys claim, that they have a better performance than maven central.

6. Bintray has a different approach to package identification than the legacy Maven Central.

P.S. Actually part - 10 of the lazy android developer series should be posted but that's a guest post so waiting for the same!

#AndroidDev #JCenter #MavenCentral
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+Thomas Broyer I have written this post and I am not the JFrog representative.

I have written this post based on the points and reasons Android studio started using JCenter, these are the points when Android studio did the migration, not the latest things! so as you said, maven central is supporting now HTTPs, it has started supporting HTTPs now but it was not earlier!

Regarding HTTPs, please check Section 51.6.2 over the gradle docuemntation (https://gradle.org/docs/current/userguide/dependency_management.html#sec:repositories), they have placed a warning:

Warning: Be aware that the central Maven 2 repository is HTTP only and HTTPS is not supported. If you need a public HTTPS enabled central repository, you can use the JCenter public repository
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Вышло видео моего выступления на Joker 2014 -- "AOT компиляция Java".
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You could also use +Bintray as a gateway for Maven Central. It makes this painful process so much easier!
http://blog.bintray.com/2014/02/11/bintray-as-pain-free-gateway-to-maven-central/
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Another one bites the Maven Central dust (and saved by Bintray)
Today, I encountered another very detailed blog post on the woes of publishing on Maven Central. Jose Maria Arranz (@jmarranz) explains why he doesn't like Maven in general and publishing to Maven ...
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Forget about Maven Central.
 
Android Studio - Migration from maven central to jcenter

Some of the points:
1. jcenter is the new default repository used with Android’s gradle plugin.

2. jcenter is a Java repository in Bintray, which is the largest repo in the world for Java and Android OSS libraries, packages and components.

3. All the content in jcenter is served over a CDN, with a secure https connection. Where as the central maven 2 repository is HTTP only and HTTPS is not supported. (This might be one of the reasons as Google is a fan of HTTPs!).

4. jcenter() is a superset of mavenCentral(), that encompasses many additional repositories and artifacts.

5. The jcenter guys claim, that they have a better performance than maven central.

6. Bintray has a different approach to package identification than the legacy Maven Central.

P.S. Actually part - 10 of the lazy android developer series should be posted but that's a guest post so waiting for the same!

#AndroidDev #JCenter #MavenCentral
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Supercharge your development on .NET, with or without NuGet. Learn about reusing binaries, package management, license management and fully reproducible builds. https://cc.readytalk.com/r/5aoes891s93&eom
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I'll be happy to show you :-)
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Empowering Docker with an On-Prem Secured Artifactory Repository! Don't miss Nov 25th webinar http://bit.ly/1ugwlTt
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All the recordings from JUC Israel 2014 are now live! Enjoy
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