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Efficient Development Workflows save a ton of time. In part 2 of our new series 'The Codeship Workflow' we talk about the steps necessary to get a feature shipped: Pull Request, Code Review and Merging. Check it out! As I mentioned last week we use GitHub Flow on GitHub. But the whole...
Developers need to be able to run tests quickly. In this blog post we talk about how to speed up your test suite boot time. The biggest bane of test driven development, or whatever variant you practice, is long boot times. Even when you just run one test a slow boot will make it a ted...
I want to keep this article short. This is just a big thank you: We want to celebrate. When you are on sea having your mates around you is awesome. We are overwhelmed with the great feedback we got for … Continue reading →
This is the 20th Testing Tuesday episode. Every week we will share our insights and opinions on the software testing space. Drop by every Tuesday to learn more! Last week we started testing node.js applications with Jasmine. How to deploy a node.js … Continue reading →
Having an efficient Development Workflow is immensely important. In this new series 'Efficient Development Workflows' we show how the Codeship Crew works on new features, which apps it uses and how it communicates. With this blog post we start a new series about how we work on the Cod...
Last week we showed you how we start with a new feature and the workflow to implement it. This week we will focus on the steps necessary to get your feature ready to be shipped. Using Pull Requests As I … Continue reading →
This is a republished guest blog post. The original article is written by Manfred Stienstra. You can find it on the fingertips blog. Why you need a fast test suite Developers need to be able to run tests quickly or … Continue reading →
This is the 19th Testing Tuesday episode. Every week we will share our insights and opinions on the software testing space. Drop by every Tuesday to learn more! Last week we tested asynchronous JavaScript operations with Jasmine. How to test node.js applications … Continue readin...
With this blog post we start a new series about how we work on the Codeship. Many people asked us how we develop features, about our workflow and which apps we use every day. This blogpost focuses on the workflow … Continue reading →
This is the 18th Testing Tuesday episode. Every week we will share our insights and opinions on the software testing space. Drop by every Tuesday to learn more! Last week we spied on JavaScript methods with Jasmine. Testing asynchronous JavaScript operations In … Continue reading...
We constantly add new tools and features to the Codeship. As we try out a lot of stuff and find out what works well for us and what not we thought we’d let you know our findings. From now on … Continue reading →
This is the 17th Testing Tuesday episode. Every week we will share our insights and opinions on the software testing space. Drop by every Tuesday to learn more! Last week we introduced testing JavaScript with Jasmine. Spying on JavaScript methods using Jasmine … Continue reading ...
Testing with Cucumber Recently we talked a lot about Cucumber in our Testing Tuesday screencasts. Cucumber lets you write features in natural language and test them automatically. There are already many books that get you started with Cucumber, but most … Continue reading →
This is the 16th Testing Tuesday episode. Every week we will share our insights and opinions on the software testing space. Drop by every Tuesday to learn more! Last week we showed you how to set up Cucumber with standalone Ruby applications … Continue reading →