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.
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.
Overview: Travis CI is a cloud-based CI/CD service that integrates with GitHub repositories.
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.
Overview: GitHub Actions is an integrated CI/CD and automation service provided directly within the GitHub platform.
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.