Recommendations for Hosted CI servers supporting RoR with private repos?

Any recommendations for hosted CI servers which support Rails and also
private repos? I looked at Codeship.io but it costs $50 a month. I just
need around 500 builds a month for a single repo

Thanks,
Ganesh

On Thursday, May 8, 2014 9:22:33 AM UTC-4, Ganesh Ranganathan wrote:

Any recommendations for hosted CI servers which support Rails and also
private repos? I looked at Codeship.io but it costs $50 a month. I just
need around 500 builds a month for a single repo

Thanks,
Ganesh

try semaphoreapp.com. i don’t use it personally, but I’ve run into a
couple of organizations that use it for Ruby on Rails.

Hi

You should totally try CircleCI. Its only $19/m and gives you unlimited
builds. But basic plan supports no parallel builds though.

Has nice support for Continuous Deployment and has loads of Integrations
<3.

have a look.


Steve

Travis CI is also a good free solution

You can try www.shippable.com - it is free for unlimited builds for all
public repos and up to 5 private repos. You only need to pay for added
concurrency - which you don’t need probably.

Full disclosure - I contract with the company but I also use the free
account and it is simple to setup and really fast builds.

On Sun, May 11, 2014 at 6:55 AM, Manaswini Sawant
[email protected]wrote:

You can try www.shippable.com - it is free for unlimited builds for all
public repos and up to 5 private repos. You only need to pay for added
concurrency - which you don’t need probably.

​Thanks, this seems great!

​​

On Mon, May 12, 2014 at 4:33 PM, [email protected] wrote:

Travis CI is also a good free solution

​Travis -CI doesn’t support private repos. The Pro version does but it’s
way too expensive for freelancer devs.

I used CircleCi with my private github repo and heroku. I was
impressed.
Set up parallel tests and git-flow publishing to staging and production
servers on success. Their support was good for this use case.
–John

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