Continuous Integration

Continuous Integration is the pratice of integrating code changes into the main branch of a repository on a daily basis. Before being integrated to the larger code base, code changes will go through automated tests. One of the popular rules of continuous integration is that developers should never leave anything unintegrated at the end of the day. The purpose is to decrease the duration and work required for each integration episode as well as always having a releasable version at any moment.

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