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A Daskeyboard applet to display the status of a Pipeline on Jenkins.

About the Jenkins Q Applet

The Jenkins Q Applet displays the status of your pipeline on Jenkins. If the job passed the assigned key will display green, but if it fails it will display red.

About Jenkins

Jenkins is an open-source automation server, and with over a hundred plugins, it helps accelerate the complete software development life cycle. It offers continuous integration solutions that allow businesses to build, test and deploy projects rapidly and automatically.

Jenkins Features

Jenkins is platform-agnostic, and with a number of features, it makes it easy to manage project pipelines in one place. Here are some of Jenkins’s main features: 

  • Available plugins: Over 1800 contributed plugins to support building, deploying and automating projects
  • Open-source: Free automation server backed by a heavy community and supported by developers around the globe
  • Simple configuration: Easy to configure with its web interface and features various options for different build types
  • Rich ecosystem: It contains various guides, tutorials, and documentation to help users perform day-to-day tasks

Jenkins Takeaway

Jenkins is the best choice for those who want to manage, test, and deploy projects with powerful plugins and simple interfaces all in one place. It can serve as a simple CI server or be used as a continuous delivery hub for any project. The Jenkins Q Applet allows Jenkins users to be able to check on the status of their job by simply checking the color on the assigned key to see if it passed or failed, making it an easy and painless monitoring tool.

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What is the Q software?

It makes your keyboard smart by changing the key colors based on information from the internet.

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