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Continuous Integration

Het automatisch bouwen, testen en integreren van code changes in een gedeelde repository

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Continuous Integration, also known as CI or CI/CD for Continuous Deployment or Delivery, is the principle of automatically building, testing, and integrating code changes into a shared repository. The goal of Continuous Integration is to identify and resolve issues early in the development cycle, making it easier and faster to deliver high-quality software. Continuous Integration includes a set of processes and tools that enable developers to continuously build and test their code while making changes. One of the key benefits of Continuous Integration is that it helps to detect and prevent issues before they become bigger problems. By regularly integrating and testing code changes, developers can quickly identify and fix errors, reducing the time and effort needed to detect and resolve issues later in the development process. Another advantage of CI is that it promotes collaboration and communication among developers. Since code changes are regularly integrated and tested, developers must work closely together to ensure that their changes do not break the application. This leads to better communication and a more cohesive team. Overall, Continuous Integration is an essential component of modern software development. By automating the process of building, testing, and integrating code changes, teams can improve the quality and reliability of their software while reducing the time and effort required to deliver it. At Humanoids, we have extensive experience implementing Continuous Integration for our clients and understand how it can make teams more efficient and effective.

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