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Publish JVM and Android libraries with ease

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Tags: java dependency-management maven jitpack jitpack.io
Clipped on: 2016-07-31


Easy to use package repository for Git

Publish your JVM and Android libraries

How to

To get a Git project into your build:

Step 1. Add the JitPack repository to your build file


Step 2. Add the dependency


That's it! The first time you request a project JitPack checks out the code, builds it and serves the build artifacts.

If the project doesn't have any GitHub Releases you can use the short commit hash or 'anyBranch-SNAPSHOT' as the version.

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Build a specific commit or the latest

Works on any branch

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Doc publishing

Library javadocs are published and hosted automatically

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Track your downloads

Weekly and monthly stats available to maintainers

CDN powered

Artifacts are served via a global CDN

Fast downloads for you and your users

Private repositories

Private builds remain private

Share them when needed. More info →

Custom domains

Match artifact names with your domain

More info →

What developers say

Image (Asset 1/7) alt= Josh Kruck @krujos

@jitpack thanks guys. Fantastic tool! Saved me a ton of hassle and helped me turn a demo around & distribute super fast!

Image (Asset 2/7) alt= Tomasz Kaszkowiak @ktomek

This is what I need. Great service with package repository for Gradle https://jitpack.io/  #AndroidDev #Gradle #github


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