Welcome to One CI/CD

One CI/CD is your go-to tool for streamlining Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment (CI/CD) processes for your projects. Designed with developers like you in mind, it simplifies application initiation and management within a predefined pipeline configuration, offering a
seamless experience throughout your development journey.

Key Features

  • Simple Initialization: Say goodbye to tedious setup processes. With One CI/CD, you can effortlessly kickstart your project by initializing the npm package with just one command. No more
    wrestling with configuration files; we handle it for you.
  • Lifecycle Management: Take charge of your application’s lifecycle like never before. Start, stop, and manage
    your configured applications with ease. Whether you’re debugging or
    deploying, One CI/CD puts you in control, enhancing your development
  • Application Insights: Gain valuable insights into your configured applications. With a comprehensive table at your
    fingertips, you’ll have access to crucial information such as IDs, names, statuses, paths, and UUIDs. Stay organized and efficient as you
    navigate your projects.
  • Flexible CI/CD Control: Tailor your CI/CD service to suit your needs. One CI/CD empowers you to terminate services
    completely or for specific projects, offering unparalleled flexibility and control over your development environment. No more unnecessary
    clutter or resource wastage.
  • Stay Updated: Stay ahead of the curve with the latest features and improvements. One CI/CD makes it easy to check the
    version number, ensuring you’re always up-to-date and ready to leverage the newest enhancements in your workflow.
  • Intuitive Commands: Navigate with confidence using our user-friendly commands. Whether you’re a seasoned developer or
    just starting out, One CI/CD provides clear and concise instructions, making it accessible to users of all levels.

What is CI/CD?

Continuous integration (CI) is a practice that integrates code into a chosen branch of a shared repository, early and often. Instead of
building out features in isolation and integrating them at the end of a development cycle, code is integrated with the shared repository by
developers multiple times throughout the day by committing daily to a shared mainline. Every commit triggers automated tests and builds. If
these fail, they can be repaired quickly.Continuous delivery (CD) is a practice that produces reliable releases
to a chosen development environment, like a staging or production branch. The CI/CD process allows developers to release higher quality, more stable products.