re: What's your favourite CI/CD tool and why? VIEW POST

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As someone whose projects have covered Python, PHP and JavaScript, Jenkins has usually been my choice for work projects. It's powerful and flexible enough that you can do a lot with it, and it can turn its hand to most languages. Though I last used it before Docker really became popular, so if I'm in the market for a CI solution again I'll maybe take a look at some of the container based ones.

For open source projects I usually use Travis CI since it's free and easy to set up.

I also sometimes use Sismo. It's not a CI server in the usual sense, and you should use it alongside a more conventional CI server, but it's useful if you just want to make sure your test suite gets run on every commit.

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