e-book: CI/CD in GitLab and GitHub

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How to set up CI/CD in GitLab and GitHub

Follow this step-by-step guide to set up your CI/CD pipeline with your Git repository, whether you are using GitLab or GitHub.

We've also threw in some helpful tips for quality assurance and gathering user feedback to enhance your continuous improvement cycle.

*Updated in 2019 June.

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What You Will Learn

→ The benefits of CI/CD
→ How to implement a full pipeline in GitLab
→ The implementation in GitHub and Travis CI
→ The deployment processes to AWS
→ A sample project walk-through
→ Why and where you still need manual testing
→ Tools for user-end bug reporting

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