feature tour :: continuous integration

Pulse gets all the continuous integration basics right.

Build Tool Support

Pulse can run any build that can be run from a command-line, but also comes with support for popular build tools such as:
build tools :: feature tour :: pulse continuous integration server

Testing Library Support

Pulse can also collect test information from popular testing libraries:
test results :: feature tour :: pulse continuous integration server

SCM Integration

Pulse supports the most popular version control systems:

Integration with these SCM servers allows you to:

  • trigger builds on change
  • view changes between builds
  • view details of each change
  • link to a repository browser
  • tag built revisions
  • view your recent changes
  • view changes to your projects
  • view changes for specific projects
my changes :: feature tour :: pulse continuous integration server

Notifications

Pulse supports notifications via:
  • email (plain text or HTML),
  • Jabber instant messaging,
  • RSS feeds, and
  • the Windows system tray

Every developer has their own notification preferences which allows them to control how and when they are notified in a very flexible manner.

rss feeds :: feature tour :: pulse continuous integration server

Artifacts

Pulse allows you to capture build output, packages and reports as artifacts:

  • single files or whole directories
  • use wildcards/Ant-style patterns
  • browse artifacts in the web UI
  • publish artifacts for use in dependent builds
  • calculate hashes (MD5 or SHA1)
  • mark important artifacts as featured
artifacts :: feature tour :: pulse continuous integration server
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