Adding Continuous Integration to a Swift project

Continuous Integration (or CI for short) is one of those buzz words that have become really popular lately. It’s the idea that instead of having long-lived feature branches that you use to work on a new feature, you continuously integrate your new code into the project’s main branch (which is usually master or develop if you work with Git). Every time you do so you build the project and run its tests, to make sure everything is in order before merging the change in.


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