Continuous integration and continuous delivery, is not something new, but it feels like with NAV / BC’s move to VS Code it has opened the world up to more focus on source control and you cannot say source control without also saying CI/CD. The reason for this is that besides the fact that source control let’s us have a backup of our source code, the real strength you get with source control is that you can work on your code locally, and then publish it to your repository, and once your code has been committed to the repository, it would make no sense that you then have to log on to a server and manually move your fob file to your test / production database, but here enters CI/CD using Azure DevOps, because in Azure DevOps you can automatically download your source files and import it into a given database using Azure Piplines.  … Read more.

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