Maven 3 Create Basic Java Project
The Tutorial Shows You Step-by-Step How-to Create a Standard Java Project Folders Structure by Maven 3 Command on Ubuntu GNU/Linux.
Inside the Guide is Included a Link for Installing and Getting-Started with Maven 3 and Eclipse IDE for Ubuntu Linux.
Maven, a Yiddish word meaning “accumulator of knowledge”, was originally started as an attempt to Simplify the Build Processes in the Jakarta Turbine project.
Maven‘s primary Goal is to allow a developer to comprehend the complete state of a development effort in the shortest period of time.
- Making the build process easy
- Providing a uniform build system
- Providing quality project information
- Providing guidelines for best practices development
- Allowing transparent migration to new features
Open a Command Line Terminal Window
Ctrl+Alt+t on desktop
(Press “Enter” to Execute Commands)
How-to Getting-Started with Latest Apache Maven on Ubuntu:Maven Quick-Start on Ubuntu
Maven 3 Command to Create a Simple Java Web App
mvn archetype:generate \ -DgroupId=[yourPackagingId] \ -DartifactId=[yourProjectName] \
mvn archetype:generate \ -DgroupId=com.tutorialforlinux \ -DartifactId=myJavaPro \
This should then create a Maven Project Structure like:
. |-- src | |-- main | | `-- java | | `-- [your project's package] | | `-- App.java | `-- test | `-- java | `-- [your project's package] | `-- AppTest.java `-- pom.xml
How-to Integrate a Maven Java Project into Eclipse:Maven Eclipse Integration
Getting-Started with Java Development on Eclipse IDE for Ubuntu: Eclipse Java Quick-Start on Ubuntu