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All listed continuous integration providers offer free plans for open source repositories.

1) Using travis

  1. Add a .travis.yml
language: node_js
  - "0.12"
  - iojs
  1. Add your project on Travis (flip the button to on - this will create a github webhook)

You can also install the Travis CLI(gem install travis) command and run travis enable.

With the travis.yml you can configure even more!

2) Using circleci

  1. add a project
  2. Choose the correct owner/org and repo
  3. Click on build project

You might want to save same artifacts or configure more details in a circle.yml

3) Using snapci

  1. Setup a new repo
  2. Choose your repository and click on “Add”
  3. Edit the “Commands to be executed”

npm install npm test npm run build (npm run build is only fis only for visualization components)

You might want to save same artifacts.

  1. Click on “Build now”

4) Using

  • new project -> github -> add your project
  • choose node
  • setup build script
npm install --silent
npm test
npm run build
  • change the nvm to node 0.10
  • artifacts: enter the relative dir of files that should be downloadable (e.g. build/biojs_io_fasta.min.js)

5) Add other badges

There are plenty of fancy badges, here is a list to have a quick start.

[![NPM version](<package-name>.svg)](<package-name>)
[![Code Climate](<username>/<package-name>/badges/gpa.svg)](<username>/<package-name>)
[![NPM downloads](<package-name>.svg)](<package-name>)
×   There is no need to add your CI badges to the package.json, the BioJS registry will soon automatically recognize existing continuous integration services.