Continuous Integration (CI) is a software engineering practice in which we test our code on every update. The practice creates a strong feedback loop that reveals errors as soon as they are introduced. Consequently, we can spend more of our time coding features rather than hunting bugs.
Once we’re confident about the code, we can move on to Continuous Delivery (CD). Continuous Delivery goes through all the steps that make the release so each successful update will have a corresponding package—ready for deployment.
I believe that practice is the best school. That is why I’ve prepared a demo project that you can practice on. As you follow the steps, you’ll learn how CI/CD can help you code faster and better.