This is a draft.
Our team is currently cracking away at creating more content to make our Handbook something increggdible. Soon, you'll be able to explore it fully. In the meantime, think of it as a carton of eggs, each section packed with the potential to deliver something eggceptional.
Continuous Integration and Delivery
We believe that any modern piece of software must have continuous integration and delivery. Deploying and pushing code, images or packages directly from a developer machine is something we consider to be of the past. For example, no developer should have permission to publish a package to the NPM registry directly from their development computer. This should be done via a CD workflow. By ensuring this, we guarantee that:
All the code can be audited and approved;
Most of the big mistakes can be avoided (for example, deploying/publishing the wrong branch);
It is easier to make a new release as a developer because not only can they trigger the workflow, but it also means that the whole process has been automated as code. The best documentation.