Monthly Archives: May 2014

Adding an optional internal artifactory repository to Gradle to speed up builds

For Asgard 2, we’re developing heavily with Spring Boot, Groovy and Gradle.

For our jenkins jobs, we found that our internal artifactory repository is much faster than Bintray’s jcenter. Due to the large number of dependencies in the project, a project that takes 30 minutes downloading and building with jcenter only takes 3 minutes using an internal artifactory.

Since our internal repository is only available to us within our network, we don’t really want to expose those credentials in the project we eventually want to open source.

In this post, I will show you how we add an optional internal artifactory repository to our open source builds.

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