Learn how to setup Hudson Continuous Integration server to automate your build process from this solitarygeek.com post.
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
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