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Continuous Integration

Continuous Integration, or CI, refers to the continuous work of pushing new features into the main codebase. We use Travis CI to manage the integration of new code. This allows teams to detect problems early. We use pull requests to constantly update applications while sharing code across teams easily. Before CI, engineers may not have shared code for a week or two. With CI, developers can pull down code changes from other team members while they’re working on their own code.

Test suite finds mistakes before the code gets into someone’s local environment. Coveralls is part of our CI system to determine how much of your application code is covered by tests.

Agile teams typically configure CI to include automated compilation, unit test execution, and source control integration.

See Also – CI/CD