„Around 1938, the American Ruth Graves Wakefield added chopped pieces from a Nestlé chocolate bar to a cookie. Thus was born the delicious snack for in-between, which has found its way to us Europeans as well.“
But cookies are not only a delicious snack for in between, they also help me to offer you an even better taste experience and a higher usability on my website.
Continuous Integration Further development & deployment
Continuous integration is a term used in software development to describe the process of continuously assembling components into an application. The goal of continuous integration is the increase of the software quality and the simplification in the software supply.
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With CI/CD, code changes can be provided continuously
Continuous integration is also about automating processes and making software changes available fully automatically instead of manually. In detail, so-called pipelines are defined in the CI Tool for this purpose, which are executed for each code change sent to the repository.
In the pipeline configuration, settings for deployment on the live server and further steps such as setting up a test environment, performing unit and functional tests and publishing packages in other systems can be stored.