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Learning Continuous Integration with TeamCity by Manoj Mahalingam S

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Chapter 7. TeamCity for Mobile and Other Technologies

After having covered CI for some major platforms and technical stacks, such as Python, Java, .NET, and Ruby in the previous chapters, in this chapter we will be looking at how TeamCity fares when it comes to mobile projects, specifically Android and iOS projects.

Also, we will be taking a look at some plugins for TeamCity and how they extend TeamCity to provide first-class support for even more platforms, such as Node.js.

CI for Android projects

TeamCity has no special support to build Android projects primarily because the tooling is very similar to other Java projects. Android projects generally use Maven or Gradle as the build tools, both of which were covered in Chapter 4, TeamCity for Java ...

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