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About this Course
A typical a part of programming is bugs that usually outcome in breaking the code. Imagine you’ve completed your code and the second you hit the run code button, it breaks and you’ll’t work out what went improper. So, now it’s a must to spend time and vitality and undergo every line of code to determine what occurred. Well, what should you might have caught the bug earlier, it might have save hours. This is why plenty of builders at the moment are turning in direction of Continuous Integration.
Continuous Integration exams each time your code is modified, which signifies that every line of code you add is routinely examined, the outcomes of which can let you recognize if the code works or breaks. Sounds like an incredible piece of software program doesn’t it? Well, what should you might study this software program in a easy and straightforward manner?
This Continuous Integration with Jenkins course has been designed that will help you grasp this good software program from scratch. We assume that you don’t have any prior information of Jenkins and Continuous Integration, however we do assume that you’ve an concept of how Ubuntu works, in addition to primary virtualization ideas.
Using a hands-on method, you’ll study precisely what’s CI, what’s Jenkins, how you can set up CI, combine it into your code and check your code. You will even study somewhat bit about Java, together with making a primary ‘Java Hello World’ mission.
Using the optimum mixture of idea and sensible, this course will enable you study precisely how you can get essentially the most out of your code. So, in case you are seeking to enhance your coding course of, or seeking to construct your software compiling and integration abilities, you’re welcome to take this CI tutorial.
What you can see in this course:
What is Jenkins and Continuous Integration
A short introduction to the system
How to put in Jenkins and combine the CI
Basic configuration of your Jenkins
Real-world instance by constructing and testing a Java software utilizing Maven by Jenkins