Stylianos Gakis

01/14/2023, 10:49 AM
Which source do you use to check the latest version of libraries? I used to check
but yesterday I spent some time being confused about some latest material3 functions missing on my project, but turns out that website for material3 shows only up to release 1.1.0-alpha03, while the alpha04 is already out and has been for some days. Aside from looking at the release notes, which is just a bit less convenient when looking for smth real quick (I typically just search “[insert package name here] mvn” to have this website pop up), what other sources should I be aware of to get the guaranteed latest information on releases?

Petr Laštovička

01/14/2023, 10:52 AM
For version checks: Release notes: + watching releases on selected Github repos

Stylianos Gakis

01/14/2023, 10:58 AM
We do have automatic bumps using dependabot so that’s fine, and I am aware of the official release notes, but that one is just a bit less convenient than mvnrepository since you need to scroll a bit and search for your dependency and so on. But anyway, maybe that’s the quickest and most reliable way to do this anyway.


01/14/2023, 10:59 AM
Google have made it's maven browsable too