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[Video] Creating a CI/CD pipeline for a .NET library

By João Antunes

- 1 minutes read - 179 words

Just in case people aren’t in a read mood and want to check out how to build a CI/CD pipeline for a .NET library, I made a video for each of the posts on the series.

“Creating a CI/CD pipeline for a .NET library: Part 1 - Intro”


Original post: [Part 1 - Intro]({% post_url 2018-07-30-creating-ci-cd-pipeline-dotnet-library-part-01-intro %})

“Creating a CI/CD pipeline for a .NET library: Part 2 - Building with Cake and publishing to NuGet”


Original post: [Part 2 - Defining the build with Cake and publishing to NuGet]({% post_url 2018-07-30-creating-ci-cd-pipeline-dotnet-library-part-02-defining-the-build-with-cake-publish-nuget %})

“Creating a CI/CD pipeline for a .NET library: Part 3 - Building on AppVeyor and Travis CI”


Original post: [Part 3 - Building on AppVeyor and Travis CI]({% post_url 2018-07-30-creating-ci-cd-pipeline-dotnet-library-part-03-building-on-appveyor-and-travis-ci %})

“Creating a CI/CD pipeline for a .NET library: Part 4 - Code coverage on Coveralls and build badges”


Original post: [Part 4 - Code coverage on Coveralls, badges and wrap up]({% post_url 2018-07-30-creating-ci-cd-pipeline-dotnet-library-part-04-coverage-coveralls-badges-wrap-up %})

The accompanying code for these posts is here (tagged to be sure the code reflects what’s written here in the future).

Cyaz!

Categories: dotnet
Tags: ci cd continuous integration continuous delivery appveyor travis coveralls cake

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