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How to build a Gradle project in Docker?

How to build a Gradle project in Docker?

Run this from the directory of the Gradle project you want to build. docker run –rm -u gradle -v “$PWD”:/home/gradle/project -w /home/gradle/project gradle gradle <gradle-task>. Note the above command runs using uid/gid 1000 (user gradle) to avoid running as root. If you are mounting a volume and the uid/gid running Docker is not 1000.

How to run JavaFX app with Docker containers?

It uses gradle to compile and build the artifacts. The dist task generates (depending on your OS) binaries for Windows, Mac or Linux, with Java bundled in (using Java 11 jlink custom images). The generated ZIP file come with a binary that starts the game with the bundled optimized/trimmed JVM with only the needed modules.

How can I use Gradle with JavaFX?

It can be combined with the JavaFX Gradle plugin: You can use jlink to create a runtime image that includes some or all the JavaFX modules, without being attached to a given project.

How to run IntelliJ IDEA in a docker container?

Click the Run on Docker gutter icon () and then click Run on ‘Docker’. IntelliJ IDEA creates a Docker run configuration, which builds an image from the Dockerfile and then runs a container based on that image.

How to build a Java Docker image using Gradle?

The builder stage is based on the Gradle Docker image for Java 10. It contains both a Java 10 JDK and a Gradle installation. All we need to do is add our project files and run the Gradle build. Because the Application plugin, the build produces a tar file containing a distribution of the complete app.

It uses gradle to compile and build the artifacts. The dist task generates (depending on your OS) binaries for Windows, Mac or Linux, with Java bundled in (using Java 11 jlink custom images). The generated ZIP file come with a binary that starts the game with the bundled optimized/trimmed JVM with only the needed modules.

How to create a JavaFX jar in Gradle?

#Run the main class gradle run #Create the jars files (including the JavaFX jars) in the “build/libs” folder gradle createJar #Run the jar file cd build/libs java –module-path “.” –module “Project.main/main.Main” With the latest versions of JavaFX, you can use two Gradle plugins to easily distribute your project (javafxplugin and jlink).

How does codefresh work with Gradle and Docker?

Codefresh is automatically caching Docker layers (it uses the Docker image of a previous build as a cache for the next) and therefore builds will become much faster after the first one finishes. It also possible to have a simpler Dockerfile that only packages the final jar which was already created in the CI/CD pipeline (i.e. outside of Docker).