Adding Release Notes and Readme‘s to your software can be a bit tedious. Well, not in Bintray!
Thanks to the excellent Asciidoctor framework, Bintray now lets you annotate your software with online Asciidoc docs, so it’s just as easy as writing code!
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Prefer Markdown? We’ve got you covered. Bintray supports that too.
Hate syntax rendering? Go with plain text.
And of course, rather than storing your docs in Bintray you can link them to files on GitHub, which Bintray will nicely render.
All that’s left is to start writing outstanding documentation, so get to it and have fun (as much as possible)!
Bintray’s latest version introduces an upgraded graphic downloads statistics feature.
Now you can view the statistics of all package downloads segmented by date, version and country.
You can view the download stats for the last 24 hours by hour or select a wanted date range within the last 30 days. For unbounded date range download stats, simply link your package to Bintray’s JCenter repository, which is the largest collection of java libraries around.
We plan to roll out the unbounded stats feature for more repositories in the future, but if you have a popular non-java library, we may beta-enable this for you.
While we continue improving the stats feature, we will have even better news coming up for package owners in the next couple of days, so stay tuned 🙂
- Geographic download stats
- Versions Download statistics