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The Travis CI Cookbook – Python

Python is one of the most versatile languages in the programming world - it’s not only one of the fist languages new programmers get introduced to either through education or...

The Travis CI Cookbook – Python

Python is one of the most versatile languages in the programming world - it’s not only one of the fist languages new programmers get introduced to either through education or...

Travis CI and Bitbucket integration

At Travis CI, keeping pace with the ever-changing developer landscape is key to ensuring you have all the tools required to make your projects a success using Travis CI as your...

Travis CI joins the Idera family

When we started working on a Continuous Integration solution back in 2011, it was hard to imagine what Travis CI would become. Years later, we’re still continuously working to...

Changing lanes with Travis CI + Fastlane

Fastlane is one of those iOS development gems, that sometimes not everyone talks about because it’s so helpful. Luckily I’ll tell you all about it with a lengthy demo, code...

Closing old issues on GitHub

In the coming weeks, we will be implementing an automatic closure of old issues on some of our GitHub repos. We’ll be closing issues without any activity for 90 days, with some...