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Travis and Spring Boot

In this series of tech blog Friday by Montana Mendy, we will learn how to run maven build goals, perform test coverage validation whether this be Coveralls, SonarCloud or Docker....

Travis CI Build Explorer

Ever want to know where you went wrong when configuring your .travis.yml file? You should try Travis CI Build Explorer. Travis CI build config format is formally...

Speedy Builds with Rust

Rust is a multi-paradigm, high-level, general-purpose programming language designed for performance and safety, especially safe concurrency. In today’s post we are using...

Running tests on MySQL with Laravel

In this weeks post, let’s learn how to setup and run tests with MySQL and Laravel while using Travis CI, it’s easy, educational, and for me it was a bit fun. Let’s get started...

ORG Shutdown

If you’ve kept up with our announcements, or if you recently accessed the travis-ci.org UI, you are likely aware of the planned migration from the travis-ci.org domain to...

The Cookbook: with Bash

Many projects on GitHub use Travis to automatically execute certain scripts on every build. Among these many scripts, there is one that’s definitely the most well known, it’s...

Open Source at Travis CI – An Update

We’ve recently had a lot of feedback and questions from the Travis CI community and beyond about the future of open source at Travis CI, following our recent announcement about...

The new pricing model for travis-ci.com

Changes to Travis CI pricing are coming! At Travis CI, we design CI/CD products to make code testing and deployment easy. We are a huge supporter of open-source teams, with many...