ANGLER performs Continuous Integration Testing using Jenkins Tool
To exhibit the capabilities of your app you have to do continuous integration which guarantees the regular construction and testing of your software products. It is a process in which all development work is integrated as early as possible. By performing this CI testing you put your software into an “always releasable” state. Even for the smallest changes in the code notifications will be triggered, and so you don’t have to dig them all through the development pipeline to correct glitches.
Jenkins is an open source continuous integration software tool written in the Java programming language for testing and reporting on isolated changes in a larger code base in real time. We at ANGLER install Jenkins on a server where the central build will take place and perform continuous integration testing to automate all sorts of tasks such as building, testing and deploying.
Benefits of Software Application Testing:
- Test the build in real time
- Let testers to correct Glitches in short time
- Easily manage changes and updates
- Software quality is improved
- Enables Faster Development
- Enhanced test coverage and shorter test cycles