November 9, 2015
I’ve already been thinking about this for a couple of months:
Whyever, I didn’t find the time and/or impulse to start doing this yet.
During last week, I stumbled upon an article of camel.js, a re-implementation of Camel for Node.js. While this is a nice approach, and I really appreciate this, it’s not Camel itself and all the components and options of Camel are not there and has to be implemented again. But in Camel there’s also so much intelligence and work incorporated - why doing this again!?
Additionally, there’s Nasven - a tool to get Maven artifacts in scope for Nashorn script execution. It’s created by Bruno Borges, a Product Manager and Developer working for Oracle.
Just create a
package.json file with the dependency to the
The actual application takes place in the
To run/execute the application, you have to have Nasven installed on your machine. Then, just type at the command line from within the appropriate folder:
$ nasven package.json
With this, you can e.g. automate as much tasks as you like to get things done in your environment, just from the command line! :-)
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