This article covers the installation of Gradle on the Ubuntu system using different ways. Gradle is a free and open-source build tool primarily used for Java projects. Gradle helps you to automate, build and deliver software efficiently. Gradle uses Groovy object-oriented programming language instead of XML to define the project configurations. Gradle also supports many popular IDE platforms, such as Android Studio, Eclipse, IDEA, and NetBeans.
How to Install Java on Linux ?
Gradle needs Java to be installed on your system. You can install the latest version of Java by running the following command:
$ apt-get install default-jdk -y
After installing Java, you can verify the Java with the following command:
$ java -version