I am excited to share with you a new navigation experience in Semaphore, a piece of design that we’ve been working on in the past two months.
It allows anyone to read 64k chunks of memory of the systems using the vulnerable versions of OpenSSL, leaving no trace in common system or server logs.
In order to deal with external resources when writing tests, common solution is to use a mock instance of the resource that is not part of your system.
We’re very happy to announce official integration between Semaphore and Slack. Slack is a new team communication service with apps for all major platforms.
The upcoming platform update is scheduled for Wednesday, March 5 2014.Ruby 2.1.1 is added to the stack. Rubies 2.0.0 and 1.9.3 get upgraded patchlevels, …
We’re very excited to announce official support for testing and deploying Clojure projects. Clojure is the third official language supported by Semaphore.
When starting out with Rails, with all the “magic” going on it can be easy to forget that controllers are just classes that need tests as well.
Static websites seem to be going through a period of renaissance. About fifteen years ago, webmasters manually managed all HTML files for a website.
The upcoming platform update, scheduled for December 30th, brings a couple of interesting changes. Ruby 2.1.0 final was released on Christmas…
Today we rolled an update to our build platform. The most important change is new patch levels of Ruby, following the recent security fixes.
Normally when you’re working with a Ruby project with Bundler you write a file called Gemfile, run bundle install and then invoke various commands with the bundle exec prefix. However […]
The chart below shows the distribution of Ruby versions in private projects tested on Semaphore.
The latest platform release adds Ruby 2.1.0-preview1 to the list of included rubies. If you’re curious about its new features such as refinements, required keyword arguments and improved method caching, […]
As a response to a sudden appearance of intermittent errors on bundle install related to SSL, we’ve upgraded the RubyGems package to the latest version (2.1.9) in all Rubies provided […]
Today we’re rolling out an update to the build platform which includes new versions of git, Firefox (please update your selenium-webdriver gem) and more.