Free continuous integration platform for GitHub projects. (by travis-ci)

Travis Alternatives

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  • Supercharge Your Mobile Dev Skills: 10 Essential Tools for Max Efficiency
    10 projects | | 14 Jan 2024
    Travis CI: This hosted CI/CD service can seamlessly integrate with code hosting platforms like GitHub.
  • Top 15 Must Have Tools For JavaScript Developers
    9 projects | | 9 Nov 2022
    TRAVIS: With the help of Travis CI, you can easily synchronize your GITHUB projects. Travis offers more language support than circleCI and also you can run test on linux and mac OS at the same time. For more info:
  • A Symbiotic Relationship Between DevOps and Cloud
    2 projects | /r/u_bestarionsoftware | 27 Jun 2022
    Automation is a critical tool for improving DevOps efficiency. Many cloud platforms offer enhanced automation solutions for DevOps activities, such as CI/CD. CircleCI, Jenkins, GitLab, and Travis CI are all examples of such tools used for continuous integration. These technologies provide uniformity and speed while requiring minimal human intervention.
  • Why Adopting Kubernetes Is Not The Solution
    3 projects | | 16 Jun 2022
    And finally, the engineers need to be able to easily deploy to Kubernetes, which can either be done with the same tools or with specialized CI/CD tools, such as Jenkins, Circle CI, or Travis CI.
  • The Kubernetes Development Workflow – 3 Critical Steps
    3 projects | | 7 Jun 2022
    To deploy an application to production, more complex continuous integration and deployment solutions exist. Since Kubernetes is so common now that almost all CI/CD tools support it, it does not really matter if these solutions are particularly specialized on Kubernetes or not. You should rather compare different solutions again and see which best fits your needs. A good starting point are these tools: Jenkins, Codefresh, Travis CI, and Circle CI.
  • Why Does The Business Care? with Michael Heap
    11 projects | | 9 Feb 2022
    And it became quite a good conversation like, well, I wish that it would also update my GitHub Actions tree because of my Travis CI tree because I wish it did this, I wish it did that. I think the biggest users were the WG, the browser rendering engine people. They had some requirements they couldn't use until they were fixed. So we had a really good conversation there. But yeah, tech is never the hard part; it's always the people.
  • Build and release go binaries for Mac and Linux in GitHub Actions using 2 approaches
    11 projects | | 7 Dec 2021
    This tool is written in Golang and still used travis-ci as CI. Furthermore, some parts of the release process were still manually, such as uploading the assets to a GitHub release and generating the release notes. We wanted to have this automated.
  • Newbie - How do I deploy to Heroku with Github Actions?
    2 projects | /r/Heroku | 14 Nov 2021
    You should use a service like Travis CI. Much easier than the route you are taking.
  • Flutter Complete Roadmap 2022
    7 projects | | 10 Nov 2021
  • Validating Kubernetes Configurations with Datree
    8 projects | | 8 Nov 2021
    Datree has really good integration with CicleCi, TravisCi, GitHub Actions, GitLab also.
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