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Maven is a tool for creating and maintaining Java-based projects. To put it another way, it's a mechanism to manage dependencies for Java-based projects. When working on large projects, Maven can be used to construct projects utilising POM (Page Object Model).

Maven is used to describe the structure of a project, as well as its dependencies, build, and test management. You can configure dependencies for building, testing, and running code using pom. xml (Maven). While constructing the project, Maven automatically downloads the required files from the repository.

Maven's main purpose is to help developers understand the entire status of a development project in the quickest amount of time possible. Maven tackles a number of issues in order to achieve this goal: Making the construction process simple. Creating a standardised construction system.

The basic Maven lifecycle is depicted below, with its eight steps: Validate, Compile, Test, Package, Integration test, Verify, Install, and Deploy.

Maven makes it simple to convert a project to a jar, war, or other format that meets your needs. Maven makes it simple to start a project in a variety of contexts, and it eliminates the need to manage dependencies, builds, and processing. It's fairly simple to add a new dependent.

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