A list of testimonials about JReleaser found around the web
The best thing about @jreleaser IMHO is that it gives you very nice defaults. Took only a 3 line change to package my app as a Homebrew tap.— Oliver Weiler (@helpermethod) July 5, 2021
Quick feedback cycles truly give super powers to software developers: e.g. dev mode and continuous testing in #Quarkus, instant rolling releases upon each push via @jreleaser -- once you've worked with tools like these, there's no going back. Loving it 🏎️!— Gunnar Morling 🌍 (@gunnarmorling) July 25, 2021
Not many projects are as impactful as @jreleaser by @aalmiray. It has completely changed how I think about releases; I went from hating to loving them. Now all it takes is running one simple workflow, and JReleaser builds + publishes to SDKMan, Homebrew, Maven Central, etc. https://t.co/Wxfd8VSoxI pic.twitter.com/zzaTJbX75x— Gunnar Morling 🌍 (@gunnarmorling) December 21, 2021
The Java ecosystem have been held back because something like jreleaser was missing. It should not require weeks even months of setup and trial and error to do this across all different package managers. Just to release a jar with a shell script.— Max Rydahl Andersen (@maxandersen) March 30, 2021
Well, @jreleaser saved me tons of hours to configure a complete release lifecycle project with deployment and announcement to several messaging systems. I'm so glad @aalmiray had this idea and made it real.— Anyul Rivas (@anyulled) July 8, 2021
If your project, library, or tool, is not using @jreleaser, I don't even know why you are releasing any software at all...— Bruno Borges (@brunoborges) September 28, 2021
@jreleaser might be the best thing since sliced bread. I can now deploy to Maven Central with ease via Maven and GitHub actions.— Dirk Lemmermann (@dlemmermann) January 3, 2022
Today is a great day.— Michael Simons (@rotnroll666) January 19, 2023
I managed for the first time ever to create a working CI flow that spits out early access releases (via @jreleaser ofc) ON THE FIRST TRY.
I didn't think this was possible.