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Continuous Integration, Delivery, and Deployment by Sander Rossel

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Artifacts

Now that we have a complete build and we know our code is pretty well tested and probably works as it should, we probably want to deliver our files. We are not yet ready for automated deployment, but at the very least, we want only those files we need to manually copy and paste somewhere. Go to your job configuration and add the post-build action Archive the artifacts. You can now specify the files you want to archive. At the very least, we want to archive the prod folder, but we also need to archive some node modules. The node modules could have been better; we could have copied them to the prod folder so that was all we needed to worry about, but we did not. If you want to do it, you know how. For now, we are going to specify ...

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