Continuous Integration

  • Stephen D. Ritchie


The practice of continuous integration (CI) has the ability to transform software development from a set of manual processes to a logical series of reproducible, automated processes. At the heart of continuous integration is the CI server, which is the fundamental tool and technology that initiates, performs, coordinates, and reports on the CI phases. This chapter introduces you to CI server alternatives and describes their basic product offerings.


Source Code Unit Test Target Environment Code Change Code Quality 
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© Stephen D. Ritchie 2011

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