Before the days of Continuous Integration (CI), the development process for web applications took long. They were coded, launched and then tested. As a result, new features weren’t being released as quickly.
CI helps bring together the separate components the development team is working on into one place where developers can spend less time on debugging and more time on building new features. Find out if you need CI for your next web development project in this SlideShare.
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