Continous Integration

28 April 2017

Continuous Integration (CI) is a process or a development practice that requires developers to integrate code into shared repository as early on as possible several times a day. Automated build is used to verify the problems that might occur in the build early on.

Advantages of Continuous Integration Tools

There are many advantage of using CI tools.

  • Integration becomes smooth and less time consuming
  • Issues are catched early on during the build
  • Less time is spent on debugging and more time is spend on adding features
  • Problems that occur in integration are reduced
  • Delivery time of the software is reduced greatly

Tools for Continuous Integration

There are many tools available for Continuous Integration both open source and commercial. Some of them are given below

  • Jenkins
  • Travis CI
  • CodeShip Inc
  • Bamboo
  • Buildbot

Beside these ,there are many others continuous Integration tools available out there in the market.

Reference

Continous Integration

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