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Continuous Integration, Delivery, and Deployment by Sander Rossel

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Creating a Jenkins project

Our next step will be to create a Jenkins project. Make sure the web shop project is completely pushed to Git (your local GitLab installation). For clarity, everything inside the Chapter06 code folder of the code samples (in the GitHub repository for this book) should be in your GitLab repository. Personally, I have put it in the web-shop repository. We have created this repository in Chapter 4, Creating A Simple JavaScript App. We have already created a Jenkins project in Chapter 2, Setting Up a CI Environment in the Configuring Jenkins section, but I will take you through some of the steps again (you should also really follow the steps in Chapter 2, Setting Up a CI Environment, as they take you through the installation ...

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