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TeamCity 7 Continuous Integration Essentials by Volodymyr Melymuka

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Chapter 5. Integration with an IDE

Earlier we saw how TeamCity executes code irrespective of the IDE. It is always possible not to have an IDE at all and still apply Continuous Integration with TeamCity. You can write code in the simplest text editor, commit it via a command-line client, and be happy seeing your results, whether good or not so good, on your web application. The only problem here is that too many obstacles arise between you and your program. Making use of an IDE lets you write faster, be more effective, and work with additional comfort. If you can imagine how much more you get writing code in an IDE compared to not using it, you may get an idea about how much extra comfort you are receiving when working with an IDE that is natively ...

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