However, I have to argue in favor of Gradle instead of Maven.
The project I work is so huge, and we use a lot of code generation in several places.
With Maven + Eclipse, it was a pain to have everything generated, recompiled, built, regenerated, recompiled.... all the time.
Gradle is much smarter to not redo things without need, so when we switched from Maven to Gradle, the entire IDE seemed many times faster!
Of course, for small, simple projects, even if Gradle is 10x faster than Maven, say 200ms vs 2s, it is not that terrible. In our case, with Maven, it blocked everything for several seconds, even minutes, whenever we saved some files. And that was unusable for daily work.
Em sábado, 6 de março de 2021 às 11:47:36 UTC-3, frank.h...@web.de escreveu:
Nicelofid...@gmail.com schrieb am Samstag, 6. März 2021 um 09:13:16 UTC+1:Just finished my article "10 Best Java Frameworks to Use in 2021"There are a lot of such article outside but this time GWT is not dead 😅http://bit.ly/JavaFrameworksBest2021Enjoy and have a nice weekend,Lofi
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