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  • 1. Continuous Integration and Engineering Environment approach
    Aleksandr Tsertkov
  • 2. Continuous integration
    Continuous Integration provides quick feedback on recent code changes
  • 3. Continuous Integration
    Software engineering practice, where project is build frequently
    Emerged in the Extreme Programming (XP) community
  • 4. Continuous Integration
    Build is made by automated build tools like: make, Ant, Maven, etc.
    Automated tests results and software metrics are collected for each build
    Build process is executed and results published on CI server
  • 5. Build
    CI server executes build scripts regularly:
    Predefined delay is used to execute build scripts. Every one hour for example
    CI server regularly checks SCM system and in case of changes made since last build time a new build is made
  • 6. Build status
    Each build has a status: successful or failed
    Build is considered as successful if all build tasks were executed without errors and failed otherwise
    Automated tests are executed as build tasks
  • 7. Build status
    Build status may be reported by email, IM, SMS, etc.
  • 8. Build artifacts
    Each build receives unique number. Build artifacts are published with this number.
  • 9. Build artifacts
    Build artifacts are different from project to project but usually they include:
    Binaries: installation package, application files, …
    Generated documentation: API, end-user documentation, …
    Unit test results: time taken, code coverage, …
    Software metrics: LOC changes, PMD, CRAP index, coding standards violations, …
  • 10. Binary packages
    Binary packages produced by build process may include:
    Installation packages
    Executable binaries
    Etc.
  • 11. Documentation
    Usually API documentation is compiled during build and is published within other artifacts
    End-user documentation also may be compiled and published accordingly to project needs
  • 12. API Documentation
  • 13. Code coverage
    Code coverage used to show which lines of source code has been tested with unit tests
    100% code coverage is a required but not a sufficient criteria for measuring test quality
  • 14. Code coverage
  • 15. Code coverage
  • 16. Coding standards violations
    Strict coding standards in a project help to improve reading and understanding of code and raise maintainability
    With help of specialized tools coding standards may be checked as part of build process
  • 17. Software metrics
    A software metric is a measure of some property of a piece of software or its specifications.
    LOC - Lines Of Code
    PMD – Project Mess Detector
    C.R.A.P. – Change Risk Analysis and Predictions
    Code coverage
  • 18. Advantages
    Early notification about integration errors
    Early warning about broken code
    Immediate unit testing of all changes
    Constant availability of build packages including: testing, demo, beta, etc.
    Collected software metrics focus developers on producing high quality code
  • 19. Software
    A wide range of CI software is available providing different notification medias, SCM systems, build tools support and IDE integration:
    CruiseControl
    Bamboo
    Hudson
    BuildBot
    Etc.
  • 20. CruiseControl
    CruiseControl is an extensible framework for creating continuous build process:
    It includes dozens of plugins for a variety of source controls, build technologies, and notifications schemes including email and instant messaging
    A web interface to view details and access artifacts of builds
  • 21. CruiseControl
    CruiseControl is written in Java but is used on a wide variety of projects thanks to different build tools supported:
    Ant, NAnt, Maven, Phing, Rake, Xcode
    “exec” builder which can be used with any command-line tool or script
  • 22. CruiseControl
    May be used with C/C++ since build tasks can be wrapped into Ant tasks
    CppUnit or CxxTest can be used as unit testing framework
  • 23. Generic Visual C++.NET Ant target
  • 24. CruiseControl
  • 25. phpUnderControl
    phpUnderControl is customization of CruiseControl that brings functionality needed for PHP projects:
    PHPUnit
    PHPDocumentor
    PHP_CodeSniffer

  • 26. phpUnderControl
  • 27. phpUnderControl
  • 28. phpUnderControl
  • 29. phpUnderControl
  • 30. phpUnderControl
  • 31. peer code review
    Improves code quality and aids software developers professional growth
  • 32. Code review
    Code review is a process of checking programming code for common mistakes, vulnerabilities, bugs and errors.
    Code might be reviewed by author, team members or 3rd party company providing code review service.
  • 33. Code review
    Several common types of code review:
    Formal inspection – code is reviewed on a projector by a team of reviewers
    Over-the-shoulder review where author walks the reviewer though a set of code changes
    E-mail pass-around – whole files or changes are packed up by the author and sent to reviewers via email
    Tool assisted – specialized code review tools are used
  • 34. Peer code review
    Systematic examination of code individually by each reviewer.
    Usually developers are able to review each other code in a small team, but it’s better to set rules for handling review process roles.
  • 35. Peer code review best practices
    Review fewer than 200-400 lines of code at a time
    Take enough time for a proper, slow review, but not more than 60-90 minutes
    Verify that defects are actually fixed
  • 36. Advantages
    Helps to identify bugs early
    Encourages collaboration and builds a team
    Helps in keeping code maintainable
    Improves code quality
    Improves cross team know-how
    Shares experience within a team
    Improves developers professional skills
  • 37. Peer code review software
    Reviewboardhttp://code.google.com/p/reviewboard/
    Cruciblehttp://www.atlassian.com/software/crucible/
    CodeCollaborator http://smartbear.com/
  • 38. Reviewboard
  • 39. CodeCollaborator
  • 40. Crucible
    Web based peer code review tool
    Simplified workflow
    Integrates with Fisheye and JIRA since it is ATLASSIAN’s product
    Pre and post commit reviews are supported
    Integration into Eclipse & IntelliJ IDEA
  • 41. Crucible
    To start a new review Crucible allows:
    Selecting concrete revision, for example the most recent commit in Subversion or revision identified by number or date
    Selecting individual files and folders (even from different revisions)
  • 42. Crucible
    Supports email notification of:
    Review requests
    Review comments
    Review actions (close, etc.)
  • 43. Crucible
  • 44. Crucible
  • 45. Engineering environment
  • 46. Engineering environment
    Our engineering environment approach was specially designed for web development though some subsystems may be utilized for non-web development as well.
    Environment is based on dedicated server where project code is developed and tested – remote environment.
  • 47. Environment components
    CI: CruiseControl + phpUnderControl
    Peer code review: Crucible
    SCM system: Subversion
    Development web servers
    Database, memcached, etc.
    Development toolsPhpMyAdmin, PHPUnit, PHPDocumentor
  • 48. Environment components
    Each component is highly tuned to simplify it’s use and speed up development
    Subversion hooks are used to apply validation rules on committed code and send on-commit notifications to the team
    Web server components are configured accordingly to project requirements
  • 49. Remote environment
    Code is developed, tested and stored on a remote dedicated server
    Each developer has isolated environment where he has good control over his vhosts configuration
  • 50. Key points
    Environment similar to production (server OS, cron jobs, tools and software)
    Abstracts developers from occasional need in environment reconfiguration since this is made only once by server admin
    Possibility to send links to development/current/demonstration version of project
  • 51. Key points
    Build automation, continuous integration
    Engineering tools suite: debugging tools, common frameworks and libraries, unit testing suite, build tools, database management tools
    Centralized backup
  • 52. Subversion
    Subversion is used as Version Control System and provides following benefits:
    IDE integration
    Access over WebDav (web browser)
    Hooks system
  • 53. Subversion over WebDav
  • 54. Subversion Hooks
    Subversion hooks system allows to execute custom program on some repository event.
    With post-commit hooks we send on-commit emails notifying team about changed made in the repository.
    Pre-commit hooks are used to validate coding standards and apply other rules.
  • 55. Subversion on-commit email
  • 56. Subversion pre-commit script
  • 57. Remote development
    Every developer has a separate account on development server with access over SSH
    Remote files might be accessed via:
    SFTP/SCP
    FTP/FTPS
    Samba (Windows network share)
  • 58. Samba share mounted
  • 59. Private namespace (subdomains)
    Every developer has full control over subdomains of USERNAMENAME.dev.gface.de
    Subfolders in ~/vhosts/are automatically mapped to domain names:
  • 60. Development web servers
    Several development web servers with different configurations and- or modules may run on dev server.
    With help of reverse proxy it is possible to switch between servers by simply prefixing domain name with server identificator.
  • 61. Development web servers
  • 62. Development web servers
    Three web servers are running on one machine with different versions of PHP installed
  • 63. Questions?
  • 64. Thank You!