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Gradle vs SBT vs Bazel

 
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Hi,

I'm going to create a new web-application. Looking for a good built tool to start with.

Which one is the good tool to go ?

On search i come across Bazel, Gradle, SBT

Please advise.

Thanks
 
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"Good" in what sense? Bazel and sbt are not widely used, so if you're looking for a skill you can use elsewhere, go with Gradle (or possibly Maven).
 
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I also suggest using Gradle, it was one of the most widely used tool.
 
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