In this article, we are talking about how to Build Node.js and React application on Jenkins with Freestyle Project. CI/CD Pipeline for a NodeJS Application with Jenkins
If you don’t have setup Jenkins on your machine please follow this article.
After setting up Jenkins we need to configure NodeJS on Jenkins.
Open Jenkins: Manage Jenkins > Plugin Manager > Install NodeJS plugin.
Open Jenkins: Manage Jenkins > Global Tool Configuration > NodeJS
Set your compatible node version. We can set multiple NodeJS version for multiple application.
Jenkins> New Item > Enter any job name> Choose Freestyle Project > **Click on Save button**.
2. Source Code Management > Check
Git and give Repository URL:
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