Fluent CI Documentation
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What is Fluent CI?
Fluent CI is a CI/CD tool that allows you to build, test, and deploy your code. It is a self-hosted solution built on top of Dagger and Deno, can be run locally or on a server, and is completely free and open-source.
It is also a registry of pre-built pipelines that you can use to build, test, and deploy your code. This means you don't have to write your CI/CD configuration from scratch. You can simply search for and use pipelines that others have already built for frameworks like Django, React, Node, etc.
Why Fluent CI?
Fluent CI is a great choice for your CI/CD needs because it is:
Easy to use: built on top of Dagger, which is a simple and easy-to-use CI/CD tool. It is also built with Typescript (Deno), which is a simple and easy-to-use programming language.
Self-hosted: self-hosted solution, which means you can run it locally or on a server. This gives you complete control over your CI/CD process. No need to rely on third-party services like GitHub Actions or Travis CI.
Free and open-source: completely free and open-source, you can use it for any purpose, commercial or non-commercial, without any restrictions.
- Extensible: you can easily extend Fluent CI to meet your specific needs.
How does Fluent CI work?
All Fluent CI pipelines are written in Typescript (Deno). This means you can easily read and understand them. You can also easily modify them to meet your specific needs. This makes Fluent CI a great choice for your CI/CD needs.
And all pipelines will be executed by Dagger in a Docker container, you can easily run them locally or on a server, any platform that supports Docker.