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Initially a Continuous Integration server, TeamCity has encompassed all the features you'd expect from a mature Continuous Deployment platform. Today it is the best choice for both that you can make.
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TeamCity now extends its support for GitHub pull requests. Filter the pull requests by author and limit it to internal or external collaborators, or open it for everyone. There is also the option to filter the pull requests by target branch, which makes it possible to build PRs for exact versions.
TeamCity 2018.2 lets you add screenshots and other test data, such as links, artifacts, logs, and numeric values, to the test results. These will be displayed natively in the test details section of the UI.
You can now browse and install plugins in TeamCity directly from the JetBrains plugin repository. Once a plugin is installed from the plugin repository, you no longer need to restart the TeamCity server for it to be applied.
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