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How to install Jenkins continuous integration in Linux

Jenkins is an award-winning, cross-platform, continuous integration and continuous delivery application that increases your productivity.

Let’s start Jenkins installation steps,

1. Add the Jenkins repository to the yum repos, and install Jenkins from here. 52 more words


How to integrate JavaScript test results with Jenkins

If you have a .NET project that includes JavaScript tests and you want to run them in a Continuous Integration server such as Jenkins, follow the simple steps below. 325 more words


DevOps: The Key to Lean Development!

It cannot be overstated how important efficient software development tools are in improving the effectiveness and predictability of  a development team.  Small inefficiencies multiplied over the size of the team and the duration of the project add up to a significant negative impact. 513 more words


Publish NuGet release and prerelease packages by TFS automated build

There is good reason to create NuGet packages automated. This will eliminate the difficult and error-prone manual process. Create and publish NuGet packages isn’t hard by the Team Foundation Server (TFS) build, except prerelease versions. 510 more words

Software Engineering

MSBuild - Access to the path is denied

The problem:

I was configuring a new build on Bamboo CI server for a ASP.NET application. The solution built locally just fine, but consistently failed on the build server. 162 more words


Powershell scripts running on Bamboo don't return the correct exit code

As part of an deployment project on Bamboo CI, I was running a powershell script to deploy an ASP.NET application to a Cloud Service on Azure. 126 more words


Few Best Practices Around Mobile Testing and Agility

When looking at some key blockers for Dev and Test team which are trying to either increase their existing test coverage, release more frequently without compromising quality we see some common pitfalls which with some planning in advance can be unblocked. 460 more words

Mobile Testing