Continuous integration with Travis CI

Learn about the principles of continuous integration with GitHub and Travis CI.

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Once you've written code on GitHub, how do you make sure it's bug free? Continuous integration (CI) is a requirement in modern software development. Adding automated tests and controls to your pipeline saves you time and gives your team improved reliability.

After completing this course, you will be able to:

  • Identify when a project is using continuous integration
  • Set up continuous integration for one of your projects
  • Protect branches based on the result of a build from continuous integration
  • Customize builds
  • Add tests for your project
  • Define continuous delivery
  • Define continuous deployment
Steps to complete this course 11
  1. Enable continuous integration

    Enable continuous integration on this repository.

  2. Use a specific version of a language

    Perform CI tests with a specific version of Ruby.

  3. Merge the configuration

    Share your CI configuration with the team by merging it.

  4. Add validation

    Add automated builds for new commits

  5. Protect the master branch

    Require that CI returns a successful status before a PR can be merged.

  6. Fix the broken build

    Fix any broken links currently in our codebase.

  7. Merge code with a successful build

    Merge your code.

  8. Add an HTMLProofer unit test

    Check for broken links using CI.

  9. Fix the broken link

    Fix the broken link.

  10. Merge the unit test

    Merge the test.

  11. Deploy

    Add continuous deployment to your pipeline.

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95 minutes


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