CircleCI vs Jenkins: Choosing The Right CI-CD Tool

So, What is Continuous Integration?

What is Continuous Delivery (CD)?

Key Points to Remember While Deploying With Continuous Delivery:

Deploy in smaller batches:

Delegate Responsibility:

Triggered Automation:

Continuous Delivery Tools

What Made CI/CD Inevitable For DevOps & Agile Methodology?

Continuous Integration With CircleCI

Key features of CircleCI

Automating Builds With Jenkins

Key Jenkins features

CircleCI vs Jenkins: What’s The Difference?

Build Control

Server

Debugging

User Interface

Docker Workflow

Parallel Builds

Data Protection

Integrating CI/CD Tools With Cloud-Based Test Automation Platform

var capabilities = {
"build" : "your build name", //You can edit this and assign a build name
"name" : "your test name", // Assign a name to your Test
"platform" : "Windows 10", // The operating system on which you want to test your website
"browserName" : "Firefox", // The browser on which you want to test
"version" : "71.0", // The browser version which you've selected to perform the test upon
"resolution" : "1024x768", // The resolution in which you want to run the test as per your operating system
"selenium_version" : "3.11.0", //The version of Selenium on which the test will run
"visual" : true,
"firefox.driver" : v0.21.0
}
# Javascript Node CircleCI 2.0 configuration file
# Check https://circleci.com/docs/2.0/language-javascript/ for more details
version: 2
jobs:
build:
docker:
# specify the version you desire here
- image: circleci/node:7.10
# Specify service dependencies here if necessary
# CircleCI maintains a library of pre-built images
# documented at https://circleci.com/docs/2.0/circleci-images/
# the working dir is github repo that you need to fork to become owner.
working_directory: ~/nightwatch-saple-for-circleci
steps:
- checkout

- run:

name: "Setup custom environment variables // its your workflow step"

command: |

echo 'export LT_USERNAME="{the_lambdatest_username}"' >> $BASH_ENV

- run:

name: "Setup custom environment variables"

command: |

echo 'export LT_ACCESS_KEY="{the_lambda_access_key}"' >> $BASH_ENV

- run: # Validating your above mentioned environment variables

name: "Here is the LT_Username : "

command: echo ${LT_USERNAME}

# Download and cache dependencies

- restore_cache:

keys:

- v1-dependencies-{{ checksum "package.json" }}

# fallback to using the latest cache if no exact match is found

- run: npm install

# run tests!

- run: node_modules/.bin/nightwatch -e firefox // Executing test in bash.
$ node_modules\.bin\nightwatch -e firefox

Wrapping It Up!

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I am a Computer Science Engineer by degree, and a Digital Marketer by heart who works at LambdaTest. A social media maven!!

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