Do you have a private project, an open-source tool, or want to do a POC? Do you already have the idea in mind and do you wish to get started? Are you looking for a suitable environment so that you get the best possible support for your development?
JFrog offers you just the right tools for this and access to the JFrog Platform is free! With Artifactory, Xray, and more, a complete DevSecOps environment is at your disposal.
In this workshop, I will show you the individual components step by step and help you set them up for your project. This workshop is divided into several parts, and each deals with a specific section of the development.
In the basic module, we will set up a Java project based on maven consisting of one module so that you can get started.
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The JFrog Command Line Interface (CLI)
Information on the JFrog CLI and download instructions are available here: https://www.jfrog.com/confluence/display/CLI#JFrogCLI-DownloadandInstallation
You will learn how to set up and configure the Jfrog CLI for your project during this workshop.
An Integrated Development Environment (IDE)
You need an IDE that supports Java and Maven. I personally use and recommend IntelliJ. The free version is perfect for this workshop. But you can use whatever IDE fits your needs.
That said, to have IDE Support for the Xray Plugin from JFrog, please choose from the following IDEs listed here: https://www.jfrog.com/confluence/display/JFROG/IDE+Integration
You need Docker on your machine for some parts of this tutorial, but it is possible to skip this element during the workshop.
Java and Maven
This tutorial is based on Java version 8 or higher and Maven. Any JDK will be fine to use, but choose a Maven version higher than 3.3.
The tutorial will take approximately 2 hours in total.
Agenda - The Bird’s Eye View:
Intro into the JFrog Platform
Demo - How to create a repository
Maven and the HelloWorld
Vulnerabilities and how to visualize them
Melissa McKay is a Developer Advocate for JFrog, a Java Champion, and a Docker Captain. She is a long-time developer turned international speaker and is currently a Developer Advocate for JFrog, Inc., with a mission to improve the developer experience of DevOps methodologies. Melissa's background and experience as a software engineer span a slew of languages, technologies, and tools used in the development and operation of enterprise products and services. She is a mom, software engineer, Java geek, huge fan of UNconferences, and is always on the lookout for ways to grow and learn. Melissa has a passion for teaching, sharing, and inspiring fellow practitioners and you are more than likely to run into her in the conference circuit.
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