There are exactly two types of repositories:
The local repository is an directory on the PC where Maven runs. It stores remote maven downloads and contains temporary build artifacts that you have not yet released.
The remote repository refer to some other sort of repository, got to by an variety of protocolss like file://and https://. These repositories may be a genuinely remote repository set up by an third party to give their artifacts to downloading (for instance, repo.maven.apache.org>
Maven central is repository given by Maven people group. It contains countless regularly utilized libraries. Whenever Maven observes no reliance in neighborhood archive, it begins looking in focal storehouse utilizing following URL − https://repo1.maven.org/maven2/
mvn install. adds all artifact (dependencies>
indicated in pom, to the repository(from remote sources>