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Continuous integration

Automatically build and test your code as you push it upstream, preventing bugs from being deployed to production. A complementary practice to CI is that before submitting work, each programmer must do a complete build and run (and pass) all unit tests. Integration tests are usually run automatically on a CI server when it detects a new commit.

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Continuous integration apps

Cirun.io

GitHub Actions on your Cloud - Run Self-Hosted Runners on AWS, GCP, Azure, DigitalOcean or OpenStack

Percy

Automated visual review platform

webapp.io

Full-stack review environments and end-to-end tests embedded into every pull request

GuardRails

GuardRails provides continuous security feedback for modern development teams

Argos CI

The new standard of visual testing. Review visual changes in your development workflow

CircleCI

Automatically build, test, and deploy your project in minutes

Buddy

One-click delivery automation for Web Developers

AppVeyor

Cloud service for building, testing and deploying Windows apps

abaplint

ABAP quality assurance and static analysis

Hound

Automated code reviews

Check Run Reporter

See your test and style results without leaving GitHub. Works with any CI service. Supports JUnit, Checkstyle, and more

Cirrus CI

Enjoy unlimited concurrency for fast and secure development cycle

Flaptastic

Manage flaky unit tests. Click a checkbox to instantly disable any test on all branches. Works with your current test suite

Semaphore

Test and deploy at the push of a button

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