Gradle is a high-performance open-source build automation tool that makes it possible to build just about any type of software. It is highly configurable and extensible via a well-developed plugin ecosystem. Because build automation is an integral part of the consistent delivery of software projects, Gradle integrates seamlessly with multiple IDE’s, including Android Studio.
In this video, we describe how to install and configure Gradle on Linux, Mac and Windows.
curl -L https://services.gradle.org/distributions/gradle-6.5-bin.zip --output gradle.zip
unzip -d /opt/gradle/ gradle.zip
apt install unzip
echo PATH=$PATH:/opt/gradle/gradle-6.5/bin > /etc/profile.d/gradle.sh
curl -L https://services.gradle.org/distributions/gradle-6.5-bin.zip --output C:\Gradle\gradle.zip
navigate to the C:\Gradle directory
right-clicking the file and selecting “Extract All
Right-click “This PC” in the File Explorer and select “Properties”:
In the System menu, select Advanced system settings
In the System Properties dialog hit the “Environment Variables..." button
Find “Path” under the “System variables” header and select it and hit the “Edit” button
After that, hit the “New” button enter C:\Gradle\gradle-6.5\bin then hit the “OK” button to save the new variable
Video by: Justin Palmer
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