Continuous Integration - Jenkins at your service

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Reporter RIPS Technologies Blog
Modified 2016-12-18T12:00:00


How Continuous Integration works Continuous integration is the process of - as the name suggests - continually merging all parts of code changed by developers. The main purpose of CI is to achieve better productivity and code integrity by using a shared code repository which is automatically built and tested by a CI service after code is pushed or committed to the repository. Better productivity means that nobody has to watch the builds and everyone saves time for more important things.