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JUnit Ant Example

1. Introduction In this tutorial, I’ll be showing an example of how to run your test units in Apache Ant. It is entirely possible that one of the applications you might encounter in your experience as a developer to use Apache Ant. After all, it was the defacto standard for building Java/Java EE apps before so the possibility of you ...

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Build Java EE Application with Ant and Eclipse Example

Now, that we have understood the basics of ANT in the previous example, we can now proceed to use the same, for building a Java EE Application. A typical Java Web-Application involves cleaning the old compiled Class and WAR files, re-compiling the source files, packaging it, into a WAR and finally, copying it into the deployment of the respective Web/Application ...

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Building Java Application with Ant and Eclipse Example

Apache ANT (Another Neat Tool) is an open-source & highly flexible Build Tool used for automated compiling, updating, testing & deploying Java Applications.One major advantage of ANT is that, it does not enforce any directory layout or other such coding conventions. In this example, we shall show how to use Apache Ant (1.9) with Eclipse IDE, to build a Java Application. So without further ado, ...

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