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Travis CI is CI/CD tool that allows you to build and test your code, for safe and fast code integration. It is designed specifically to integrate with GitHub.

To use with Travis CI, follow the instruction below:

1. Fork Git Repository

Choose any of our git repositories and fork them.

2. Sync Travis CI with Your GitHub Account

Head over to Travis CI and click on Sign in with GitHub at the upper right-hand corner.

Authorize Travis CI to give it access to your repositories.

3. Choose the repositories you wish to work with in Travis CI

  • See that your organization appears in the list. If you are not part an organization, you will not have organization listed but you will still be able to see your repositories.
  • If you are part of an organization but it is missing from the list, click on Review and add your authorized organizations. This will redirect you to GitHub where you can authorize Travis CI to see and access repositories under given organization.
  • Enable the desired repository by clicking on the switch button next to the repository. 

4. Set your access key as an environment variable

See the picture above. Next to the repository, you will see a cogwheel icon. Click on it to access the repository settings.

Once in the repository settings, look for the Environment Field and add your Experitest cloud platform's access key . Your access key is encrypted by Travis CI and will no appear in the log.

5. Trigger a build

Once everything is set, in the repository screen in Travis CI click on More Options → Trigger build.

If you want Travis CI to run builds on push to repository, you will have to add it as an integration service in GitHub. In GitHub go to the repository. Click on Settings → Integration & services → Add Service. Look for Travis CI, choose it and then click Add Service (no need for other details). Now, whenever you push changes to the repository, Travis CI will be notified and trigger a build.

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