Apache Maven is a project management tool for developing Java applications.
It resembles other Linux-based project management tools but differs in that it is designed to provide a comprehensive and easy-to-read status of a project. It also incorporates a POM (Project Object Model) approach, meaning that it uses standardized software libraries and plugins.
This guide will walk you through how to install Apache Maven on Debian 9.
A system running Debian 9
Access to a user account with sudo or root privileges
Access to a terminal window/command line (Ctrl-Alt-F2)
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