Feb 17 in Gradle

Explain Gradle Console, Wrapper, and Daemon?

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Feb 17

Console is the place where all the action happens on the Gradle platform. One can execute the command from the console, check, and print the output, and even check the build status. If there is an error while compiling, it can be checked in Console. The Gradle wrapper frees the developer from maintaining the version, as it automatically downloads the correct version of Gradle required for a particular build. Gradle wrapper performs this with the help of a script. Gradle daemon is a background process that executes the builds in a quick manner. It remains idle in between when it is not executing the build process, and quietly waits for the next build.

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