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Continuous Integration

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Today we'll look through some continuous integration solutions available for us to run tests against as well as implement one to test our application in the cloud.

We've deployed our application to the "cloud", now we want to make sure everything runs as we expect it. We've started a test suite, but now we want to make sure it passes completely before we deploy.

We could set a step-by-step procedure for a developer to follow to make sure we run our tests before we deploy manually, but sometimes this can get in the way of deployment, especially under high-pressure deadlines in the middle of the night. There are better methods.

Testing then deployment

The core idea is that we want to deploy our application only after all of our tests have run and passed (sometimes known as "going green"). There are many ways we can do this. Mentioned above, we can handle it through humans, but that can become tedious and we're pretty ...

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Ari Lerner

Hi, I'm Ari. I'm an author of Fullstack React and ng-book and I've been teaching Web Development for a long time. I like to speak at conferences and eat spicy food. I technically got paid while I traveled the country as a professional comedian, but have come to terms with the fact that I am not funny.

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