Artem Taturevych

Implementing CI/CD practices for your in-house built application

Discussion created by Artem Taturevych on Apr 30, 2020
Latest reply on May 4, 2020 by Artem Taturevych

Many Engineering companies have their own applications built in-house which automate SOLIDWORKS. I have published a blog post that explains the risk organization might see if the proper development practices are not implemented for the code you have.


Implementing Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) practices in your organization 


Learn how your organization can benefit from implementing the systems to automate and improve the quality of the in-house built software and avoiding the costly errors and downtime related to the program being not operational by implementing Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery processes. Watch the video for a practical demonstration of the CI/CD pipelines in Azure DevOps automatically build the code for xPort application hosted on GitHub, compose the version, run unit test, digitally sign executables, build an installer, etc.


This could be useful for fellow SOLIDWORKS API developers who want to simplify the process of building the applications and releasing this to the customers or colleagues.