[Case Study] Bintray Automation for a Tedious Situation: Automating Package Distribution

Did you ever find yourself spending large amounts of time on a manual process, just wishing there was an automatic way to do it?

This case study will take you through how James Ward, Engineering and Open Source Ambassador at Salesforce.com, developed an automated process using JFrog Bintray for on-demand deployments of WebJars, that are created, distributed and available within the community.

After realizing that his many hours of manually deploying WebJars during his free time were unrealistic to maintain in the long run, Ward chose to use Bintray’s extensive and easy-to-use REST API to automate the process and make it available to the community on demand using JCenter, Bintray’s public Maven repository.

Ward’s WebJars project is a classic example of how JFrog Bintray can be used to scale up a tedious and time-consuming manual procedure into an easy and automated one.

Download the case study to learn more on how James Ward chose Bintray to scale thousands of WebJar Files.

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