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Gradle is an open source build automation system that builds upon the concepts of Apache Ant and Apache Maven and introduces a Groovy-based domain-specific language (DSL) instead of the XML form used by Apache Maven for declaring the project configuration. Gradle uses a directed acyclic graph to determine the order in which tasks can be run.

Gradle was designed for multi-project builds which can grow to be quite large, and supports incremental builds by intelligently determining which parts of the build tree are up-to-date, so that any task dependent upon those parts will not need to be re-executed.

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TypePrivate
Founded2007
HQSan Francisco, US
Websitegradle.org

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Employees (est.) (Feb 2019)58(+6%)

Gradle Office Locations

Gradle has offices in San Francisco and Berlin
San Francisco, US (HQ)
325 9th St
Berlin, DE
2A Ritterstraße
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Gradle Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2007

Gradle total Funding

$4.2 m

Gradle latest funding size

$4.20 m

Time since last funding

3 years ago

Gradle investors

Gradle's latest funding round in December 2015 was reported to be $4.2 m. In total, Gradle has raised $4.2 m
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Gradle News and Updates

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Gradle Blogs

Using build scan tags for ad-hoc root cause analysis

Recently I was helping an Android team investigate a hard-to-reproduce issue that manifested as very-long-running compilation and annotation processing tasks. Most of their builds took only a few minutes to run, but sometimes they took up to 30 minutes! In these cases, invariably, a build scan showe…

Gradle Kotlin DSL 1.0

The recently released Gradle 5.0 includes the Gradle Kotlin DSL v1.0 which is now ready for widespread use. We want you to enjoy a build authoring experience with the benefits provided by Kotlin’s static type system in Intellij IDEA and Android Studio: auto-completion, smart content assist, quick a…

Gradle Plugin Portal Approval Policy Update

Gradle is updating the plugin approval policy for plugins submitted to the Gradle Plugin Portal, effective today, to begin adding stronger security safeguards for plugin consumers. First off, this does not affect plugins already on the plugin portal, just new plugins. Gradle builds that use plugins…

How to show Groovy and Kotlin DSL samples side-by-side

Gradle build script samples now have Kotlin DSL snippets alongside the Groovy snippets in Gradle 5.0 docs and many Gradle guides. We want you to be able to show both DSLs in your READMEs and web-based documentation, so this post shows ways you can display examples in multiple languages…

Introducing Exemplar for Automated Samples Testing

This post introduces a new library called Exemplar. The goal of Exemplar is to ensure that users get outputs that you expect them to see. It handles sample discovery, normalization (semantically equivalent results, perhaps from different environments), and flexible output verification. It invokes an…

Introducing source dependencies

This post introduces a new Gradle dependency management feature called “source dependencies”. Normally, when you declare a dependency on a library, Gradle looks for the library’s binaries in a binary repository, such as JCenter or Maven Central, and downloads the binaries for use in the build. Sou…
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Gradle Company Life and Culture

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Gradle Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Gradle founded?

    Gradle was founded in 2007.

  • How many employees does Gradle have?

    Gradle has 58 employees.

  • Who are Gradle competitors?

    Competitors of Gradle include Camunda, KNIME and ownCloud.

  • Where is Gradle headquarters?

    Gradle headquarters is located at 325 9th St, San Francisco.

  • Where are Gradle offices?

    Gradle has offices in San Francisco and Berlin.

  • How many offices does Gradle have?

    Gradle has 2 offices.