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Continuous Integration, Delivery, and Deployment: Reliable and faster software releases with automating builds, tests, and deployment BY Sander Rossel

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EBOOK FORMAT. Key Features Incorporate popular development practices to prevent messy code Automate your build, integration, release, and deployment processes with Jenkins, Git, and Gulp?and learn how continuous integration (CI) can save you time and money Gain an end-to-end overview of Continuous Integration using different languages (JavaScript and C#) and tools (Gulp and Jenkins) Book Description The challenge faced by many teams while implementing Continuous Deployment is that it requires the use of many tools and processes that all work together. Learning and implementing all these tools (correctly) takes a lot of time and effort, leading people to wonder whether it's really worth it. This book sets up a project to show you the different steps, processes, and tools in Continuous Deployment and the actual problems they solve. We start by introducing Continuous Integration (CI), deployment, and delivery as well as providing an overview of the tools used in CI. You'll then create a web app and see how Git can be used in a CI environment. Moving on, you'll explore unit testing using Jasmine and browser testing using Karma and Selenium for your app. You'll also find out how to automate tasks using Gulp and Jenkins. Next, you'll get acquainted with database integration for different platforms, such as MongoDB and PostgreSQL. Finally, you'll set up different Jenkins jobs to integrate with Node.js and C# projects, and Jenkins pipelines to make branching easier. By the end of the book, you'll have implemented Continuous Delivery and deployment from scratch. What you will learn Get to know all the aspects of Continuous Integration, Deployment, and Delivery Find out how Git can be used in a CI environment Set up browser tests using Karma and Selenium and unit tests using Jasmine Use Node.js, npm, and Gulp to automate tasks such as linting, testing, and minification Explore different Jenkins jobs to integrate with Node.js and C# projects Perform Continuous Delivery and Deployment using Jenkins Test and deliver a web API About the Author Sander Rossel is a professional developer with working experience in .NET (VB and C#, WinForms, MVC, Web API, and Entity Framework), JavaScript, Git, Jenkins, Oracle, and SQL Server. He has an interest in various technologies including, but not limited to, functional programming, NoSQL, Continuous Integration (and more generally, software quality), and software design. He has written two e-books so far: Object-Oriented Programming in C# Succinctly and SQL Server for C# Developers Succinctly, which you can download from Syncfusion for free. He seeks to educate others through his articles on his CodeProject profile, and through his book writing. Table of Contents Continuous Integration, Delivery and Deployment Foundations Setting Up a CI Environment Version Control with Git Creating A Simple JavaScript App Testing Your JavaScript Automation with Gulp Automation with Jenkins A NodeJS And MongoDB Web App A C# .NET Core And PostgreSQL Web App Additional Jenkins Plugins Jenkins Pipelines Testing A Web API Continuous Delivery Continuous Deployment

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