Gradle

Gradle

Gradle is an open-source build automation tool focused on flexibility and performance.

IntelliJ IDEA integrates seamlessly with Gradle, applying project settings from the build file and delegating build and test tasks to Gradle where appropriate.

Gradle build scripts are written using a Groovy or Kotlin DSL, and IntelliJ IDEA provides code completion and generation within the build file.

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Import multiple repositories
Import multiple related repositories into one IntelliJ IDEA project

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Manage dependencies
Manage dependencies in the Dependencies tool window

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Open multiple projects
Opening multiple repositories into one project in IntelliJ IDEA

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Project from existing model
Importing a project from existing model

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Summary and Shortcuts
Importing projects into IntelliJ IDEA Summary

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Analyzing dependencies
Analyzing dependencies in IntelliJ IDEA

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Dependency Diagram
Using the Dependency Diagram in IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate

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Dependency Analyzer
Using the Dependency Analyzer in IntelliJ IDEA

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Introduction
Analyzing dependencies in IntelliJ IDEA

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Summary and Shortcuts
Analyzing dependencies in IntelliJ IDEA Summary

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Package Checker
Find and fix vulnerabilities inside IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate

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Introduction
Package Checker plugin in IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate

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Gradle projects
View vulnerable dependencies in Gradle projects

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Remediate dependencies
Remediate dependencies using IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate

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Summary and Shortcuts
Find and fix vulnerabilities inside IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate Summary

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Vulnerable Dependencies tool window
View vulnerable dependencies in the Vulnerable Dependencies tool window

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Managing dependencies
Managing dependencies in IntelliJ IDEA

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Add dependencies
Different ways to add dependencies in IntelliJ IDEA

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Summary and Shortcuts
Managing dependencies in IntelliJ IDEA Summary

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Upgrade dependencies
Upgrade dependencies using Package Search

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Introduction
Managing dependencies in IntelliJ IDEA

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Remove dependencies
Remove dependencies using Package Search

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Viewing dependencies
Different ways to view dependencies in IntelliJ IDEA

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Dependency management config file
View dependencies in the dependency management config file

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Introduction
Different ways to view dependencies in IntelliJ IDEA

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Dependency tool window
View dependencies in the dependency tool window

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Build tool window
View dependencies in the build tool window

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Project tool window
View dependencies in the Project tool window

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Summary and Shortcuts
View dependencies in IntelliJ IDEA Summary

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Marco Codes - Gradle
Working with Maven in your projects

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Quick-Fix to Add Missing Dependencies in the Editor
Save time when adding missing dependencies

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Code Completion with Package Search
Helps you to reduce the changes of a typing mistake when you're searching for packages

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Filter Stable Versions in the Dependencies Tool Window
Allows you to filter out unstable versions of dependencies easily

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Search Packages in Dependencies Tool Window
Use the Dependencies tool window to manage your dependencies

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Update Version and Scope in Dependencies Tool Window
Upgrade, downgrade, and change scope easily

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Setting up the Dependencies
Add Spock framework dependencies to the project

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Running Gradle tasks
There are several convenient ways to run Gradle tasks from IntelliJ IDEA.

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Working with Gradle
Understand how IntelliJ IDEA integrates with Gradle.

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Gradle Settings
Where to change IntelliJ IDEA's settings fo Gradle.

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Gradle Wrapper
Useful information for working with projects that use the Gradle Wrapper.

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Creating a Gradle project
Start by creating a brand-new project that uses Gradle as the build tool.

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Gradle dependencies
Add or update dependencies in your build.gradle file.

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The Gradle Tool Window
How to find the Gradle tool window.

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Group ID and version number
How to set up or change a project's group ID and version number.

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Opening a Gradle project
What you need to know to get started with an existing Gradle project

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Syncing and reloading
Sometimes you may need to encourage IntelliJ IDEA to reload any changes from the Gradle configuration.

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Source set directories
Understand how IntelliJ IDEA deals with Gradle's source set directories

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Tour of a Gradle project
Take a look around a standard Gradle project to understand it better.

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The build.gradle file
See how IntelliJ IDEA makes it easier to work with Gradle's configuration file.

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Setting up Gradle for JUnit 5
Laying the foundations for Writing JUnit 5 Tests