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A brief look at system-defined Continua CI server properties - old and new.

Version 1.9.2 of Continua CI has been released. This post is a reminder of the new functionally in this version for exporting project configurations to a file (which can then be imported back into Continua CI), the ability to requeue failed stages, and improvements to build cleanup settings to allow each type of build by-product to have a different shelf life.

This new beta release includes functionally for exporting project configurations to a file (which can then be imported back into Continua CI), the ability to requeue failed stages, and improvements to build cleanup settings to allow each type of build by-product to have a different shelf life.

This post explores the options currently available in Continua CI for running daily builds.

This new beta release includes substantial improvements to the expressions engine including new several expressions objects and functions. We have also made some updates to the stage editor, implemented automatic report generation for some reporting actions, and added several new deployment actions providing support for Docker, Azure, SQL packages, File Transfer and SSH.

Today we released version 1.9 of Continua CI. Here's a summary of the main new features.

I'm not usually one for publishing roadmaps, mostly because I don't like to promise something and not deliver. That said, we've had a few people ask recently what is happening with Continua CI. This post outlines our plans for the rest of 2018 and into the future.

New archiving functionality added to the workspace and repository rules in Continua CI

SSL standards are changing, and older SSL/TSL protocols are slowly being deprecated, or even turned off by some services. This post shows how to enable TLS 1.2 support in Continua CI.

In this post, I'm going to look at how to structure a FinalBuilder project so that it will run on your dev machine, or on your Continua CI Server without modification. This allows the best of both worlds, develop and debug your build process on your development machine, and then later run it on your CI server.