What's new in our documentation for the Java language

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Hello, world!

We have news in the documentation section for those using Java in their automation. Check with us below!

[0] Credentials:

We have added examples for configuring credentials. You can check these changes at this link. And to see the options, ensure that you have clicked on the “Java” tab, so the correct code and configuration will appear, and you can use the example in your project.

[1] Errors:

We also used the same update to the credentials for the part of the error. You can access the documentation through this link. And to see the options, make sure you have clicked on the “Java” tab so that the correct code will appear and you can use it in your project.

[2] Dependencies in the Nexus repository:

We now have a new way to install dependencies, and they are located in the Nexus repository. See this link for an example to consider in your Java project.

We’ve also added to the “Developing your first bot” section an example of the configuration of the pom.xml file. You can access it through this link.

[3] Java SDK reference in the frameworks:

We have also added the Java SDK reference for the frameworks. You can access one of the examples through this link.

Wait for more news

We hope you enjoyed it, especially if you are already developing in Java or are learning about the language. And soon, we will bring you more news and features to develop your bots in the best way.

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