general Gradle tip, if you just add your dependenc...
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general Gradle tip, if you just add your dependency with the version
), it'll get the latest version for you, and then Android Studio/IntelliJ will give you a warning + hotfix to change it to hardcode in the latest version. There are lots of articles detailing why actually using
is not recommended, but using it to quickly sync + replace it with the actual latest version is good IMO
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kevinmost: there is also the gradle versions plugin which shows you which of your deps are up to date or old, and the newest version
yeah, but that requires running a custom task. I definitely like that plugin for running periodically and updating my deps, but when I just want to throw in a new line quickly, sometimes I'll use the
and auto-replace it