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Learning Continuous Integration with TeamCity by Manoj Mahalingam S

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GitHub integrations

All the projects that we have built so far use GitHub as the Git repository host. Creating VCS roots based on GitHub and polling the repository for changes is the same as using any other Git host.

However, TeamCity can provide much tighter integration with GitHub, which is what we will look at in this section.

GitHub webhooks and services

GitHub provides integrations with various third-party tools. These integrations help to trigger different actions in these third-party tools based on the activity—such as pushing to a repository—on GitHub.

TeamCity is one such third-party tool that GitHub supports. With the third-party services integration enabled, we can have GitHub trigger builds when there is a push, rather than have TeamCity ...

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