Continuous Integration : Integrating BuildKite with Your Scala Project


Integrating BuildKite with Your Scala Project

Knoldus

In a very broad sense, BuildKite (earlier called BuildBox) is a continuous integration server that allows you to keep working on your code while there is a CI box which is reporting about any issues. The problem with most web based CI servers is that they have to do a lot of magic beneath the hood to let you build your custom system on their environment.

What does this mean? This means that if your product uses the Riak database and mine uses PostgreSQL then a web based CI system would have to give me default installations of both of them so that both our products can be supported. Remember this is just 2 databases that we talked about. Now, bring in more databases, more external integration’s and to cap it, different versions of all of these for different products. Suddenly having a hosted CI is not really the space…

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