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By fernandorubbo
Published: Apr 18 2013 / 08:10

In previous posts I've been written about why you should be doing Continuous Delivery and how to avoid branches using a very simple technique called Branch By Abstraction. As I have already discussed in these articles, there is nothing wrong with branches, the problem is all about merges. So, adopting toggles may help us to have only a unique development branch. But there are some difficulties around this adoption. After a pair of years trying to find an alternative for a client we have reached a solution which allowed us to do Continuous Delivery combining both branches, Feature Toggles and a bit of automation. The idea of this post is to expose our experience in order to allow other people to experiment and suggest improvements on this solution.
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