Since the launch of parallelism, we’ve seen many users embrace the ease of splitting their builds into threads. We had set a limit of up to two threads per build, […]
One of the goals we had with the [recent platform upgrade][platformupgrade] was to have the infrastructure in place so that we can allow all customers to install additional software and […]
Today we’ve rolled out an upgrade to the Semaphore build platform based on the latest Ubuntu LTS (12.04). This means that versions of pretty much everything went up. Check out […]
Sometimes when you’re using Semaphore you want to skip building some commits or branches. Here’s how you can easily accomplish that.
We’re very excited to announce that build parallelization in Semaphore is now available to all trial users and customers with Pro 2 plan and higher.
Today we’re pleased to announce two more methods in Semaphore API: one for listing all projects that you have access to, and another that returns full branch history.
Making it easy to set up build notifications on Semaphore has always been important to us. So far when we’d add a new notification type, we’d create a new tab […]
It’s been a while since we’ve announced the availability of build status API on Twitter. Here I’d like to let you know what it is exactly at the moment and […]
Hot on the heels of GitHub’s announcement of Commit Status API, we’re pleased to say that we stayed some extra time in the office and shipped it in Semaphore.
Since we started the Semaphore project, we’ve always strived to come up with a good design. Continuous integration (CI) was not a new concept, but we saw a lot of […]
Semaphore, our hosted continuous integration service, is being continuously improved. Here are the highlights of what’s new since our last post. Build environment improvements We’ve upgraded our build environment, making […]
Hot on the heels of Semaphore’s public launch, we’ve shipped two important and frequently requested features so far: Campfire notifications and support for different versions of Ruby.