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Key Features

Find out how to interact with Jenkins from within Eclipse, NetBeans, and IntelliJ IDEADevelop custom solutions that act upon Jenkins information in real timeA step-by-step, practical guide to help you learn about extension points in existing plugins and how to build your own plugin

Book Description

Jenkins CI is the leading open source continuous integration server. It is written in Java and has a wealth of plugins to support the building and testing of virtually any project. Jenkins supports multiple Software Configuration Management tools such as Git, Subversion, and Mercurial.

This book explores and explains the many extension points and customizations that Jenkins offers its users, and teaches you how to develop your own Jenkins extensions and plugins.

First, you will learn how to adapt Jenkins and leverage its abilities to empower DevOps, Continuous Integration, Continuous Deployment, and Agile projects. Next, you will find out how to reduce the cost of modern software development, increase the quality of deliveries, and thereby reduce the time to market. We will also teach you how to create your own custom plugins using Extension points.

Finally, we will show you how to combine everything you learned over the course of the book into one real-world scenario.

What you will learn

Retrieve and act upon Jenkins information in real timeFind out how to interact with Jenkins through a variety of IDEsDevelop your own Form and Input validation and customizationExplore how Extension points work, and develop your own Jenkins pluginSee how to use the Jenkins API and command-line interfaceGet to know how to remotely update your Jenkins configurationDesign and develop your own Information RadiatorDiscover how Jenkins customization can help improve quality and reduce costs

About the Author

Donald Simpson is an information technology consultant based in Scotland, UK.

He specializes in helping organizations improve the quality and reduce the cost of software development through the adoption of process automation and Agile methodologies.

Starting out as a Java developer, Donald's interest in application servers, networking, and automation led him to a career as a build engineer. He remains highly technical and hands-on and enjoys learning about new technologies and finding ways to automate and improve manual processes.

He can be reached at www.donaldsimpson.co.uk.

Table of Contents

Preparatory StepsAutomating the Jenkins UIJenkins and the IDEThe API and the CLIExtension PointsDeveloping Your Own Jenkins PluginExtending Jenkins PluginsTesting and Debugging Jenkins PluginsPutting Things Together

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 18 Aug 2016 04:08:56 -0400)

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