Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment.

Techspurt provide services related to CI/CD (Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery) and utilizes popular tools like Jenkins, Travis CI, and GitHub Actions to streamline the software development and deployment processes

Let’s delve into each of these services in detail:

Continuous Integration (CI):


CI is a development practice where developers regularly integrate their code changes into a shared repository.


This helps identify and address integration issues early in the development cycle, leading to more reliable and stable code.

Continuous Delivery (CD):


CD extends CI by automating the process of delivering the integrated code to production or other environments.


It ensures that the software can be released at any time with confidence, providing a faster and more reliable release cycle


Overview: Jenkins is an open-source automation server commonly used for building, testing, and deploying code.

Key Features:

Automation: Jenkins automates various aspects of the software development lifecycle, such as building code, running tests, and deploying applications.
Extensibility: Jenkins supports a wide range of plugins, allowing users to customize and extend its functionality.
Integration: It integrates with version control systems, build tools, and deployment platforms.

Travis CI:

Overview: Travis CI is a cloud-based CI/CD service that integrates with GitHub repositories.

Key Features:

Configuration: Builds are defined using a .travis.yml file in the project repository, specifying the build steps, dependencies, and deployment configurations.
GitHub Integration: Travis CI automatically triggers builds on code pushes and pull requests in GitHub repositories.
Parallel Builds: It supports parallel builds, speeding up the testing and deployment process.

GitHub Actions:

Overview: GitHub Actions is an integrated CI/CD and automation service provided directly within the GitHub platform.

Key Features:

Workflow Definition: Workflows are defined using YAML files in the .github/workflows directory of the repository.
Events: Actions are triggered by events such as code pushes, pull requests, and releases.
Diverse Actions: GitHub Actions supports a wide range of predefined actions and allows users to create custom actions for specific tasks.

In summary, Techspurt leverages CI/CD practices and employs Jenkins, Travis CI, and GitHub Actions to automate and streamline the development, testing, and deployment processes for their clients, ensuring efficient and reliable software delivery.

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1. Requirement Gathering

We follow the first and foremost priority of gathering requirements, resources, and information to begin our project.

2. UI/UX Design

Our design process focuses on creating visually appealing, intuitive interfaces using the latest UI/UX tools to meet and exceed modern design standards.

3. Prototype

After designing, you will get your prototype, which will be sent ahead for the development process for the product.

4. Development

With a Detailed Prototype in Hand, Our Development Team Kicks Off the Coding and Implementation Process.

5. Quality Assurance

At Techspurt, quality is non-negotiable. TechSpurt values quality and provides 100% bug free application with no compromisation in it.

6. Deployment

Before the official launch, we conduct thorough testing and trial periods. This ensures that any potential issues are addressed, and the application is optimized for performance.

7. Support & Maintenance

Our Company Offers you all support and the team is always ready to answer every query after deployment.

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