February 29 - March 2, 2012
Montreal, Canada

Continuous Integration for Android apps

The default tooling for Android development (Android SDK along with its companion, the ADT plugin for Eclipse), provided by Google, is focused on providing ease of use to the developer; but what about the continuous integration (automatic build on commit, automatic execution of the units tests and integration tests, automatic analysis of the code quality, releasing, etc..) with tools such as Maven and Jenkins/Hudson ?
This talk will introduce the attendee to the Maven Android plugin, a nice alternative to the default ant tooling (and a great way to re use existing Maven artifacts), and to the Jenkins/Hudson continuous integration server, for Android development, focusing on the difficulty of executing an headless Android SDK.

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Anthony Dahanne

Terracotta

Software Developer for 10 years, my favorite topics are Docker, building tools, Continuous Integration and, of course, core Java development.
Working for Terracotta, I currently implement the REST management interface for Terracotta products, along with Docker images for our products.
On my spare time, I work on various open source projects : from Twitter bots written in NodeJS, to Android apps - with of course their corresponding Docker images if possible :-)

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