Continuous integration is a supporting process of software development whereby all new features and bug fixes are integrated into the software being developed. This is achieved as soon as possible and that the integration is immediately tested (automatically). This process shows up any problems caused by the changes as early as possible.
It helps smooth out conflicts between the work submitted by different developers, encourages rapid progress from initial development to a working feature in a piece of software, and also a faster time from identifying a bug to supplying the fix. Metrics from the continuous integration process can provide a guideline for and confidence in the software’s readiness for live release.
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