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Complete Guide to Test Automation: Techniques, Practices, and Patterns for Building and Maintaining Effective Software Projects by Arnon Axelrod

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© Arnon Axelrod 2018
Arnon AxelrodComplete Guide to Test Automationhttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-3832-5_15

15. Continuous Integration

Arnon Axelrod1 
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Matan, Israel
 

Now that we have at least one test, and we made it possible to run the tests from more than one machine, it’s time to integrate the tests into an automatic build process, preferably a continuous integration (CI) build. This build process can be extended to also deploy the built version to the Test or Stage environments (continues delivery). The process may even be configured to deploy directly to production to create a complete continuous deployment pipeline. In this chapter, we’ll focus mainly on the continuous integration part as this is where the automated tests usually run. ...

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