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Write for Travis CI and Get Paid

Travis CI could be looking for you. Now, you can write an article for Travis CI and get paid. You can earn: $500 per article$250 bonus if the article gets 1,000 organic views...

Travis CI / Assembla Handshake

Build and Test Code from Assembla Perforce Helix Core and Apache Subversion with Travis CI Travis CI is happy to announce a further extension of our integration with Assembla. On...

Sign your software with Travis CI

Software Supply Chain security is the act of securing the components, activities, and practices involved in creating and deploying software. One of these practices is digitally...

Deploying with Surge.sh

Got some static files? Travis CI can deploy your static files to Surge.sh after a successful build. Builds triggered from Pull Requests will never trigger a deploy, let’s see how...

Build Imports in Travis

Sometimes you need a really dynamic configuration when setting up your pipeline. With imported configs, those configs can themselves include other configs, making this feature...

Integrating Postman with Travis

Postman is an API platform for developers to design, build, test and iterate their APIs. Now let’s connect Travis CI with Postman and learn something new! Usage To get started on...