CI stands for Continuous Integration. It is a software development approach where developers integrate their code changes into a shared repository frequently and automatically. The goal of CI is to detect errors or conflicts when integrating code changes, catch them early, and fix them quickly before they cause bigger problems.

CI relies on automated testing and build systems that run every time new code is pushed to the shared repository. These systems check that the new code integrates smoothly with the existing codebase and does not break any functionality. If there are any issues, the system triggers a notification to the developer(s) responsible for the changes to resolve them promptly.

CI helps to streamline the development process and minimize the risk of errors by identifying problems early on. It also encourages collaboration between developers as they must frequently integrate their work into the main codebase, leading to a more cohesive and efficient project.

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