Today we’re launching the build scheduler — an easy way to run anything on Semaphore on a daily or hourly basis.
Continuous Delivery Blog
With great pleasure we are announcing the release of a new tool on Semaphore – the ability to SSH into your CI environment.
Today we’re rolling out a refresh of server pages on Semaphore. Servers define a deployment pipeline from your Git repository, …
The upcoming platform update is scheduled for Tuesday, January 20th, 2015.
Chromedriver is updated to version 2.13.
Elasticsearch is now on version 1.3.7.
We just released a minor platform update — v1412.1.
Ruby 2.2.0 is added featuring a better garbage collector and other performance improvements.
The upcoming platform update is scheduled for Tuesday, December 23rd, 2014. Bundler is updated to version 1.7.9.Firefox is updated to version 34…
After recent introduction of default email notification settings and consolidation in one tab, today we are happy to announce more improvements.
Last week we introduced high priority branches. Today, we’re introducing a new feature that gives more control over the build queue – queued builds cancellation.
Semaphore features a custom build queue algorithm that was designed to make the build flow for a team as pleasant as possible.
We just released a minor platform update — v1411.1.The official release of PhantomJS 1.9.8 had an issue with guard-jasmine tests which required a custom…
Today, we’re releasing a new way of managing email notifications on Semaphore. Now you can update your project notification settings from one place…
The upcoming platform update is scheduled for Monday, November 24th, 2014.
Chrome driver is updated to version 2.12.
Git is now on version 2.1.3.
This is a guest blog post from Chris Kottom, a longtime Ruby and Rails developer and maker of the best chili con carne to be found in Prague.
On Thursday, October 23rd after the rollout of a planned platform update at 13:30 UTC, Semaphore experienced issues which caused delays in running…