20 Dec '12, 7pm

An Update from Travis CI via @drogus

Our client is written in Javascript using Ember.js framework. If you don’t know Ember.js, it announces itself as a framework for creating ambitious client-side web applications. When you look at the main Travis CI web client (link), you may wonder what’s so ambitious about it – it displays a few repositories on the left, the current build details in the middle and a bit more information, like status of workers and queues on the right. The ambitious part is that it is “live”: lots of data is being updated at all times through websockets. If you keep the site open you will see new repositories and builds coming in, build jobs being queued and worker statuses updated. And, maybe most importantly, you can watch the output of your test suite being streamed to the client live.

Full article: https://www.engineyard.com/blog/2012/travis-ci/?eymktci=7...

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