REST is awesome, I mean who doesn't like a good night’s sleep?
In this case, we're talking about APIs. To be honest, REST APIs are awesome and the JFrog products have great APIs already. However, the problem is that you have to use cURL, Postman or any of those tools to call the APIs, which can be painful.
Thankfully, JFrog has built an open-source CLI to manage all artifacts in Artifactory and Bintray, helping you with a wide variety of administrative tasks for other products too! Combine this with JFrog CLI, and voila, your one-stop shop for all JFrog DevOps tasks.
Join us as we discuss REST, APIs, JFrog CLI, and how to use it from your machine and with different CI servers.
Who should attend:
- Developers and DevOps engineers who are responsible for administering JFrog products.
- Developers and DevOps engineers interested in techniques for managing artifacts when not using a standard package manager tool like Maven, Gradle, NuGet etc.
A basic familiarity with Artifactory and other JFrog products -- we will be discussing some more advanced capabilities.
Quickoverview of JFrog products
- Overview of JFrog CLI
- Using JFrog CLI to manage artifacts
- Other applications of JFrog CLI
Note: To get a head start, we suggest downloading a free trial of Artifactory to get a feel for the concepts we are discussing!
Can't make it? Register anyway and we will send you a recording.
If you have any questions please contact [email protected]
Date: Wednesday, January 23rd
Time: 11:00 AM CET
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Duration: 60 min
Host: Leon Stigter