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Play Framework Cookbook - Second Edition by Giancarlo Inductivo, Alexander Reelsen

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Adding private module repositories using Amazon S3

In this recipe, we will explore how we can use an external module repository to publish and resolve internal modules in the interest of distributing our modules. In this recipe, we will use Amazon S3, a popular cloud storage service, to store our ivy-style repository assets. You will need a valid AWS account to follow this recipe, ensure that you sign up for one at http://aws.amazon.com/.

Please refer to S3's online documentation for more information:

http://aws.amazon.com/s3/

How to do it…

We need to perform the following steps:

  1. Open the product-contrib project and run the application with Hot-Reloading enabled:
        activator "~run"
    
  2. Edit the plugins config file in project/plugins.sbt and add the following ...

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