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Bintray, your social platform for software distribution

Bintray offers developers the fastest and most reliable way to publish and consume software releases. Whether you are delivering software packages or downloading ones, here’s how with just a couple of simple steps you can distribute and get software releases easier than ever:

What benefits does Bintray give me?
I Want To Publish My Software
I Want To Download Software
1
Repository
2
Package
3
Version
4
Files
5
Release
Create a Repository - to keep your packages in (e.g. groovy-plugins)
Create a Package - give it a logical name (e.g. json-parser-plugins)
Create a Version - (e.g. 0.9)
Upload files - (via the REST API or the UI)

Your files will be uploaded to your repo and marked with package/version info.

You have a chance to review the uploaded files and decide if you want to make them pubic or discard

Announce your release - Tweet it or copy the URL from the Set Me Up section
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Next
High Five!

Search or browse for a library

Using natural language. No need to remember its name!

Set your:

Gradle / Maven / Yum / Apt

Use the repo Set Me Up button
or

Download directly

What benefits does Bintray give me?

Publisher

  • Easiest way to share your software with the world
  • Get credit and appreciation for YOUR packages
  • Manage your release notes or import them from GitHub
  • Automate your distribution using REST API
  • Easy integration with Maven, Gradle, Yum and Apt
  • Your binaries are easy to find using metadata & text indexing
  • Near real-time stats
  • Interact and get feedback from users
  • Ask to include your software in other repositories
  • Your binaries are available through a fast CDN

Downloader

  • One place for all your Java, Yum and Apt packages
  • Use smart REST API to retrieve and search for binaries
  • Easy integration with Maven, Gradle, Yum and Apt
  • Find binaries easily and naturally
  • See who is behind the package you downloaded
  • Check package popularity and rating
  • Get notifications about new releases
  • Interact with package owners and other users
  • Get downloads via a fast CDN
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