Continuous Integration



Continuous integration or CI is a software engineering practice where changes to source code are integrated into a shared mainline several times a day. Each change results in an automatic build that compiles and tests the entire code base. Any failures are immediately reported back, resulting in early detection of integration problems. Continuous integration also allows you to automatically monitor code quality, generate code coverage metrics, and assess overall project health.


Continuous Integration Sample Project Version Control System Code Repository Software Engineering Practice 
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© Balaji Varanasi and Sudha Belida 2015

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.UTUSA

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