Gradle can be integrated with many different third-party tools such as IDEs and continuous integration platforms. Here we look at some of the more common ones as well as how to integrate your own tool with Gradle.
- Android Studio
As a variant of IntelliJ IDEA, Android Studio has built-in support for importing and building Gradle projects. You can also use the IDEA Plugin for Gradle to fine-tune the import process if that’s necessary.
This IDE also has an extensive user guide to help you get the most out of the IDE and Gradle.
If you want to work on a project within Eclipse that has a Gradle build, you should use the Eclipse Buildship plugin. This will allow you to import and run Gradle builds. If you need to fine tune the import process so that the project loads correctly, you can use the Eclipse Plugins for Gradle. See the associated release announcement for details on what fine tuning you can do.
- IntelliJ IDEA
IDEA has built-in support for importing Gradle projects. If you need to fine tune the import process so that the project loads correctly, you can use the IDEA Plugin for Gradle.
Add the Gradle Support plugin to NetBeans in order to import and run projects with Gradle builds.
- Visual Studio
For developing C++ projects, Gradle comes with a Visual Studio plugin.
For developing C++ projects, Gradle comes with a Xcode plugin.
JetBrains supports building C++ projects with Gradle.