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Jenkins Pipeline is a plugins suite that allow you to integrate and implement continuous delivery pipelines. You can enable jobs in Jenkins Pipeline with the aid of Pipeline DSL (Domain Specific Language) syntax. DSL makes modeling of the most complex distribution pipelines easily.
Jenkins Pipeline makes use of the Continuous Integration functionality that allows the regular release of the software. It ensures that the software is always ready for production.
Jenkins pipelines are of two types, i.e., declarative and scripted pipelines. The Declarative pipeline is a new feature that supports the concept of code pipeline. This code is written a Jenkinsfile that can be tested into a source control tool like Git. A scripted pipeline is a standard method to write code where the Jenkinsfile is written on the Jenkins user interface instance.
In a pipeline, a stage is a series of phases, such as the build, deploy, test, and release. The Jenkins pipeline process is typically interpreted using a stage process.
After downloading the plugin, you will need a admin level access to install the Jenkins plugin. You need to ensure there are no active builds jobs in execution or queue. For installation process, visit the documentation.
Yes! LambdaTest allows you to integrate your Selenium tests with Jenkins using a plugin that connects your Jenkins CI instance to the LambdaTest Selenium Grid. LambdaTest provides you a vast library of 2000+ browsers and browser versions to achieve a higher test coverage while performing automation testing using the Selenium test suite. Visit the documentation for more information.
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