Don't get stuck with out of date dependencies!
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Follow the instructions in the repo to add this plugin to your Gradle project, and viola, you should be able to run it with:
This will update all your Gradle dependencies to the latest. You'll then need to manually run your tests to ensure everything look kosher.
updtr can be run as either a standalone command or a dev dependency. Once you have it installed, you can run:
In your project directory to update all your dependencies. What is awesome about updtr is that it will run your tests to ensure that each dependency updated successfully. Custom test commands can be specified by using the
This also works for Yarn
Those are the tools I've been using since I've been entrenched in the Java / Node stack. If you have a similar tool for your favorite stack, let me know in the comments below!
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