Hands-on Pipeline as Code with Jenkins: CI/CD Implementation for Mobile, Web, and Hybrid Applications Using Declarative Pipeline in Jenkins
The main objective of the book is to create Declarative Pipeline for programming languages such as Java, Android, iOS, AngularJS, NodeJS, Flutter, Ionic Cordova, and .Net. The book starts by introducing all the areas which encompass the field of DevOps Practices. It covers definition of DevOps, DevOps history, benefits of DevOps culture, DevOps and Value Streams, DevOps practices, different Pipeline types such as Build Pipeline, Scripted Pipeline, Declarative Pipeline, and Blue Ocean. Each chapter focuses on Pipeline that includes Static Code Analysis using SonarQube or Lint tools, Unit tests, calculating code coverage, publishing unit tests and coverage reports, verifying the threshold of code coverage, creating build/package, and distributing package to a specific environment based on the type of programming language.
● Understand how and when Continuous Integration makes a difference
● Learn how to create a Declarative Pipeline for Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery
● Understand the importance of Continuous Code Inspection and Code Quality
● Learn to publish Unit Test and Code Coverage in Declarative Pipeline
● Understand the importance of Quality Gates and Build Quality
What you will learn
● Use Multi-Stage Pipeline (Pipeline as a Code) to implement Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery.
● Create and configure Cloud resources using Platform as a Service Model
● Deploy apps to Azure App Services, Azure Kubernetes and containers
● Understand how to distribute Mobile Apps (APK and IPA) to App Center
● Improve Code Quality and Standards using Continuous Code Inspection