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01: Getting started with Jenkins on Docker tutorial

Jenkins is the most popular CI/CD server. There you create jobs that are triggered by some events (changed in a code repository, manually, etc). Those events invokes the steps like compiling to see if you can generate the executable. Then you run tests (unit tests) to confirm the desired behaviour at low-level.

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02: Getting started with Jenkins Multibranch pipeline on Docker tutorial

This extends 01: Getting started with Jenkins on Docker tutorial. In this tutorial we will be using Jenkins to “checkout” an existing Scala project from “GitHub” repository, and then build the project using Maven. … Read more ›...

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03: Getting started with Jenkins build triggers on Docker tutorial

This extends the 02: Getting started with Jenkins Multibranch pipeline on Docker tutorial. The focus on this tutorial is the build triggers where the Jenkins pipelines can be executed based on different triggers as opposed to just clicking on the “Build Now” … Read more ›...

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