James Selvakumar’s Blog

July 28, 2009

Hudson CI Server – A quick start guide

Filed under: java,netbeans — James @ 4:43 pm
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Learn how to setup Hudson Continuous Integration server to automate your build process from this solitarygeek.com post.

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  1. Hudson is that helpful gnome. More specifically, Hudson is an “extensible continuous integration (CI) server”. From a 10,000 ft view, Hudson is a tool for offloading the deployment and automated testing of a software application. You write your code, you push it into version control, and Hudson takes over the tasks of grabbing that code, running an installation/deployment process, testing the application (if you provide it with tests), and reporting back to you those test results. android app developers

    Comment by Medell Frost — April 17, 2012 @ 3:44 pm | Reply


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