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Learning Continuous Integration with TeamCity by Manoj Mahalingam S

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Build monitors

Build monitors are an essential part of any CI setup. Build monitors provide at-a-glance visibility on the status of the builds that concern a team. They are generally positioned such that any team member can quickly know the status of the builds while doing their work.

Such tools to provide information on the status of the builds are in line with one of the important practices of CI, as mentioned in Chapter 1, Introduction, providing visibility on what's happening with the builds.

Note

Generally, build monitors are set up with a display (TV/monitor) that shows them in fullscreen. The display is connected to a computer that has the client/browser needed for the build monitor. These days, small computers such as the Raspberry Pi are ...

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