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Continuous Integration, Delivery, and Deployment by Sander Rossel

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Creating a Simple JavaScript App

In this chapter, we are going to create a simple web shop. We will start by writing a frontend using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. Notice the lack of a backend. What I really like about frontend development is that it is so easy to get started with. We can create a complete app using only Notepad(++) or any other text editor. Of course, the lack of a database will prevent us from storing our results, but for now, that does not matter. The focus of this book is CI, not databases or backend development. The frontend alone will be enough to explore CI. After all, we can do tests and other automated tasks, such as minification. Even Continuous Delivery and Deployment are possible to implement (just copy your files ...

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