Maven is a build automation tool used primarily for Java projects. It uses the concept of conventions-over-configurations for the build procedure. Understanding the Maven conventions can help us understand the project structure of any Maven projects easily.
Gradle is a popular build automation tool. Build automation is the act of automating a wide variety of tasks that software developers do including compiling source code, packaging, running tests, deployment, creating documentation and/or release notes. Please first read about the evolution of build tools in the Maven section.
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