There are various CI/CD tools such as CircleCI, TeamCity, Bamboo, Jenkins, GitLab, Travis CI, GoCD, etc., that help companies streamline their development process and ensure high-quality applications. If we talk about the top CI/CD tools in the market, Jenkins is still one of the most popular, stable, and widely used open-source CI/CD tools for building and automating continuous integration, delivery, and deployment pipelines smoothly and effortlessly.
In this article, we shall explore Jenkins in detail to further understand how it’s widely used for Selenium test automation of application development tasks, running tests, and final deployment into production. We will then learn how to set up continuous integration with Git Jenkins.
Getting Started With Jenkins Continuous Integration
Before starting continuous integration with Jenkins and Git, let us walk through some of the most common terminologies involved in building efficient CI/CD pipelines across…