Take your Development team’s productivity and workflows to the next level leveraging code build. Create automated software release workflows for continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD).
NPM or Node Package Manager is a fantastic build tool used by our team.It is all about using simple CLI commands or node scripts while working in the package.json file. With npm, our team can easily install the packages they want to use and keep track of all the packages and their versions enabling easy updation or removal of dependencies.
Yarn is another build tool used by our team. It is essentially a package manager that uses NPM registry as backend. By installing packages in parallel, Yarn offers high-speed performance. Using checksums, the tool enables our team to verify the integrity of every package installed before its code is executed.
An open-source build tool, our team uses Kaniko to build container images from a Dockerfile without privileged root access. The team loves using Kaniko for it enables faster container image build even without depending on a Docker daemon.
When using node, npm is already part of the process eliminating the need to download and learn a new build tool.
It offers our team a huge and active ecosystem.
With the build process in package.json file, our team no longer needs to maintain multiple configuration files.
Ultra-fast performance with maximum resource utilization.
Excellent network resilience.
Queues up requests efficiently and enhances network utilization.
Uses lockfile format and deterministic algorithm to ensure an install works the same way on any given system
Tools Used : Teamwork, Slack, Gitlab, Mantis
Tools Used : Gitlab, Bitbucket
Tools Used : Jenkins, Gitlab CI
Tools Used : Code climate, Sonarqube
Tools Used : NPM, Yarn, Kaniko
Tools Used : Jest,Mocha, Selenium, Nightwatch and cucumber.js
Tools Used : Docker, Kubernetes
Tools Used : Terraform and Ansible
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