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Maven: The Complete Reference

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Maven: The Complete Reference
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Publisher: Sonatype, Inc.
Number of pages: 318

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Maven is a build tool, a project management tool, an abstract container for running build tasks. It is a tool that has shown itself indispensable for projects that graduate beyond the simple and need to start finding consistent ways to manage and build large collections of interdependent modules and libraries which make use of tens or hundreds of third-party components. This work is the first attempt at a comprehensive title on Maven.

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