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Apache Ant - Official website - Source code - Document - Download address - Score()

Apache Ant is a tool that is open source by the Apache Software Foundation to automate software compilation, testing, deployment and other steps, and is mostly used for software development in the Java environment.

Maven - Official website - Source code - Document - Download address - Score()

Maven is the most popular project building system on the Java platform. Maven project object model (POM) is a software project management tool that can manage project construction, reports and documents through a short description.

Gradle - Official website - Source code - Document - Download address - Score()

Gradle is a project automation construction tool based on the concepts of Apache Ant and Apache Maven. It uses a Groovy-based domain-specific language (DSL) to declare project settings. It also adds a Kotlin-based DSL based on Kotlin language and discards various cumbersome XML-based configurations. It focuses on Java applications and also supports languages such as Kotlin, Groovy, Scala, C++ and Swift. It is the default build tool for Android Studio projects.

Jenkins - Official website - Source code - Document - Download address - Score()

Jenkins is an open source software project, a continuous integration (CI/CD) tool based on Java development, which is used to automatically complete the construction, compilation, packaging and deployment of software projects. In addition to Java projects, it also supports projects developed in other programming languages.

JHipster - Official website - Source code - Document - Download address - Score()

JHipster (or Java Hipster) is a modern Java application code generation tool, and currently supports other programming languages. It can automatically generate spring boot applications, microservices, deployment files, cloud integration and CI/CD Jenkins files.


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