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A collection of Gradle plugins to deal with the Node.js development environment in a very gradlesque way. It offers three primary use cases:

  • Javascript developers that want to wrap Gradle around their Node development to improve their build and deployment pipeline capability because Gradle is really awesome at this and the tools in the Node landscape simply do not match up.

  • Developers that deal with some Node capability in their project for various reasons such as running a tool written in Javascript.

  • Gradle Plugin authors that want to embed Node.js capabilities in their plugins in order to run tools but want to hide the complixity away from their users. A good example is the Asciidoctor Gradle plugin suite which uses this under the hood to run asciidoctor.js.

If has been tested using GradleTest for a wide range of compatibility. The test matrix for this release was

GradleTest version configuration
versions '4.10.2', '5.4.1', '6.3'

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Table 1. Product version documentation

0.9.3

Docs

Groovydoc

Changelog

0.8.0

Docs

Groovydoc

Changelog

0.6.2

Docs

Groovydoc

Changelog

0.5

Docs

Groovydoc

Changelog

0.4

Docs

Groovydoc

Changelog

0.3

Docs

Groovydoc

Changelog

0.2

Docs

Groovydoc

Changelog

0.1

Docs

Groovydoc

Changelog