Would you like to be able to quickly vet components used in your application against your organization’s open source policies? Would this save you time? Reduce or eliminate research you’re required to do? This course will show you how to get started operating Nexus IQ within your IDE. You’ll be able to successfully use the Component Info tab to analyze component risks including security, license, and compliance with established organizational policies.
For this course, we’ve demonstrated using the Eclipse IDE. Though, it’s important to note that Nexus IQ also integrates with IntelliJ and Visual Studio plugins.
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
- Review policy violations.
- Analyze license types and risks of components in your applications.
- Analyze security risks of components.
The target audience for this course includes developers using any of the IDEs listed in the system requirements.
It is assumed that your IDE Plugin is installed and configured. Step-by-step directions are available:
- Installing Nexus IQ for Eclipse
- Installing Nexus IQ for IntelliJ IDEA
- Installing Nexus IQ for Visual Studio
For this course, the screens we’ve demonstrated use the Eclipse IDE. Note that Nexus IQ also integrates with IntelliJ and Visual Studio plugins.
Refer to our Glossary for more information on any of the terms used throughout this course.