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Over the last couple years, Pipeline as code has very much become the future of Jenkins - in fact, at this point, I’d say it’s pretty well established as the present of Jenkins. But that doesn’t mean it’s done, let alone that it’s perfect. While many developers enjoy the power and control that they get from writing Pipelines using scripting, not everyone feels the same way. A lot of developers want to specify their build as configuration and get on with building software.
Pipeline scripts haven’t been a good way to do that…until now.