Java EE 6 and Maven 3 using CLI

NetBeans and Eclipse provide tools, templates, wizards and code generators for building a Java EE 6 application. They both also allow a Java EE 6 Maven project to be created. In his recent screencast, Adam Bien explained how a Java EE 6 project can be easily created at command-line using Maven 3.

Java EE 6 using Maven 3 Screencast

The screencast walks through the process of creating the project using command-line. The created project has no dependency on NetBeans and GlassFish but can still be opened in NetBeans and deployed on GlassFish.

A complete list of Adam's screencasts are available here. Tons of similar videos are also available on GlassFishVideos channel.

Comments:

Hehe, m2eclipse is so bad, I still don't account Eclipse as supporting Maven. I very much prefer running Maven from CLI when I have to deal with Eclipse.

Posted by alex on April 11, 2012 at 12:51 AM PDT #

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