For your open source projects to be accessible, it’s worthwile to publish them to JCenter and / or Maven Central. This article explains how to publish a release from your Bintray repository to JCenter and Maven Central.
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Releasing often is a major pain when the release process is not automated. This article is a guide to a fully automated release chain that is able to publish snapshots and releases from a Github repository using Gradle, Bintray and Travis CI.
One of the most fulfilling things in open source development is getting feedback from your users. This article shows how to publish snapshots of your Java projects to oss.jfrog.org to enable your users to give feedback early.
When working on an open source Java project, you always come to the point where you want to share your work with the developer community. This article gives a step-by-step guide on how to publish your artifacts Bintray.
If you are new to Git and/or GitHub, it’s easy to get overwhelmed by the different workflow models you can use. This post explains the basic fork and pull workflow model that is used on a lot of GitHub repositories.