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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...

Integrating Kind with Travis

Kind is a tool for running local Kubernetes clusters using Docker container “nodes”. Kind was primarily designed for testing Kubernetes itself, but may be used for local...

Travis and Jake (A friendly integration)

Jake is the JavaScript build tool for NodeJS. Jake has been around since the very early days of Node, and is full featured and well tested. The most intriguing thing for me about...

Using Ballerina with Travis

Ballerina makes it easier to use, combine, and create network services, let’s see how we can just quickly setup Ballerina in Travis, lets put on our dancing shoes and setup...

nyc and Istanbul Integration with Travis

nyc is a command line tool for instrumenting code with Istanbul coverage (the successor to the istanbul command line tool). Let’s see how we can’t integrate nyc into our build...

Travis CI and Regula

Regula checks infrastructure as code templates for AWS, Azure, Google Cloud, and Kubernetes security and compliance using Open Policy. Now, you can integrate this with Travis CI.

Auto publish your data using Travis

What if our goal is to on every commit is to trigger a publishing to ‘master’ branch or another base branch? Getting started So you’ll need to tell Travis to grab a package...