Travis CI and Assembla integration

We are happy to announce the new integration with Assembla Git for 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.


What to expect

We are rolling out the Assembla Git Integration release with the support of private repositories for platform, meaning you will be able to test the new feature as soon as it is released on August 24th, 2020. Also, as an awesome member of the Travis CI community, we’d love to hear back from you with any feedback, comments, or suggestions to make the Assembla feature even better by logging your thoughts in the community forum! Having said that, we encourage anyone who is currently using or considering Assembla as their VCS to connect their account and see just how amazing it is to use with Travis CI!


All the great functionality you currently know and love with your GitHub, Bitbucket and GitLab repositories connected to Travis CI will be available for your Assembla Git repos too, including build stages, generating build requests from a Travis CI configuration file in your repo and seeing the live status of a build! For a full list of functionality in this release, check out the changelog!

Getting help

If you want to know more about the Assembla Git integration with Travis CI, check out the docs!.

As always, if you have any questions or issues with the new VCS, please email for help.

We’d love to hear what you think of Assembla Git Integration and if there’s something that you’d like to see included or improved! Let us know in the Travis CI Community Forum.