Well, the Arm DevSummit was a blast! A massive thanks to all of you who tuned in live, and thanks of course to the awesome Arm team for inviting us to be part of it - we’re already looking forward to next year!
If you missed it, don’t worry, you can still watch it below!
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 hobby projects, but it’s also a tried and trusted go-to for experienced programmers in engineering, science, mathematics and commercial software development. Created way back in 1991, Python is one of the most enduring langauages in the programming community and continues to receive regular updates to keep it as relevant today as it was back then.
Needless to say, most of the Travis CI team are also pretty fond of it - let’s get stuck into the Python Cookbook!
For us here at Travis, security is a big deal. Most importantly you want to catch bugs before they hit production, but also in that same process - classify and quickly indentify security vulnerabilities.
Back in May, we announced the upcoming support of being able to build and test your projects using the newly released AWS Graviton2 processor. This was a huge announcement for us and continues the progress we aim for in order to provide the latest and greatest technology for you to keep pace with your builds.
A lot has been happening behind the scenes since then, and we’ve been working closely with the AWS team in order to refine the Graviton2 integration and make sure everything is polished ready for you to try. It’s easy to up and it’s really FAST. We’re looking forward to seeing what you build!
Ruby on Rails, or just Rails, is one of the most popular model-view-controller frameworks in use on the web today. Developed in 2005 by David Heinemeier Hansson (co-founder of Basecamp), it set the precedent for a number of features found in most other MVC frameworks, such as database table creating and view scaffolding, allowing apps to be rapidly created from the structure of the database.
Rails works amazingly with Travis CI, so let’s get you building even faster!
We are happy to announce the new integration with Assembla Git for travis-ci.com.
The new integration provides you with the flexibility to build repositories hosted in Assembla software development platform.
After announcing the Bitbucket integration on March 11th, 2020, we are taking another step to power you with running builds on different Version Control Systems like Assembla Git to achieve the best result in delivering code changes more frequently and reliably.
We’ve been hard at work collaborating on a new set of instructions to help you grow as a new developer! We understand that not everyone knows what cookbooks are and how to use them to improve your build. We wanted to help facilitate that journey for you and build our own instructional manuals! We know how much you’ve loved our other instructions videos and documentation so this felt like the perfect next step!