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io.github.spencerpark.jupyter-kernel-installer

A Jupyter kernel packager and installer.

2.1.0
(26 November 2018)

com.craigburke.bower-installer

Uses bower-installer to manage client-side dependencies alongside the other dependencies in build.gradle.

2.5.1
(17 December 2015)

gov.raptor.gradle.plugins.installer-support

RaptorX Community Installer Support Plugin

0.5.6
(12 November 2019)

org.ysb33r.terraform.base

Provides Terraform extension and tasks. No need to have terraform installed as plugin will take care of caching and installation in a similar fashion as to have Gradle distributions are cached

0.3.1
(13 November 2019)

com.quittle.setup-android-sdk

Automatically installs Android SDK dependencies for Android Gradle builds.

1.3.1
(08 September 2019)

org.ysb33r.nodejs.base

Provides Node.js and NPM tasks. No need to have Node.js installed as plugin will take care of caching and installation in a similar fashion as to have Gradle distributions are cached

0.6.2
(19 May 2019)

org.ysb33r.packer.base

Provides Packer extension and tasks. No need to have packer installed as plugin will take care of caching and installation in a similar fashion as to have Gradle distributions are cached

0.3
(22 November 2018)

com.cisco.filesystem

A Gradle plugin for installing binaries into a filesystem.

1.4
(10 September 2018)

com.datamaio.scd4j

SCD4J stands for Simple Continuous Delivery for Java and Groovy Developer. In short, SCD4J is an automation platform for configuring and installing your Web IT infrastructure. With just one command you can install clusters and deploy applications. Note that SCD4J is not another option for Puppet or Chef. It is, actually, a SIMPLER option than those tools. To know more about SCD4J, please take a look at https://github.com/scd4j/gradle-plugins/wiki

0.7.22
(16 December 2016)

com.quittle.android-emulator

Automatically installs and sets up the Android emulator for easy running of instrumentation tests.

0.0.3
(05 November 2019)