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Getting started with CircleCI - Continuous Integration P2 - Fun Fun Function

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Published on Jul 17, 2017

πŸ”— CircleCI - Get started
https://circleci.com/funci

πŸ”— Watch Continuous Integration series from the start
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ymPOI...

πŸ”— React Redux starter kit
https://github.com/davezuko/react-red...

πŸ”— Caching in CircleCI (docs)
https://circleci.com/docs/2.0/caching

πŸ”— Example app from the video
https://github.com/mpj/funfunapp

πŸ”— mpj on Twitter
https://twitter.com/mpjme

πŸ”— Help translate the show to your language
http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_cs_p...

In the last episode I talked about how a team that practices Continuous Integration uses an automated verification system in order to be able to merge multiple times per day. In that video, the automated verification system was a very abstract thing - today, we are going to get down and dirty and really look at what an automated verification system looks like in real life. There are many different tools that you can use to set up an automated verification system - in this video we are going to use CircleCI, partly because they are the sponsors of this video, but more importantly because they have been my personal favorite CI solution for the last year. In this video we’re going to create a new web application, push it to github, add CircleCI to the project, and watch CircleCI build and test our project on each merge.

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