circleci is an advanced CI/CD tool that lets you setup and run a customizable build-test-integration process.


circleci is an advanced CI/CD tool that lets you setup and run a customizable build-test-integration process.

To use circleci with your Experitest, follow the steps below:

1. Fork Git Repository

Choose any of our git repositories and fork them. 

Each git repository contains the .circleci directory with a config.yml file that specifies build properties and build steps

To learn more about configuring your circleci pipeline .yml file, visit circleci documentation.

Currently, circleci does not support .NET, which means that C# projects cannot be run.




2. Authorize GitHub in circleci

In your account click on Projects → Authorize GitHub:



























If you signed in using Google or some other Oauth service, simply authorize GitHub in your account.




3. Choose your Organization

If you are part of an organization, you can choose the organization in order for circleci to get access to the repositories under this organization













4. Set Access Key of Experitest Cloud platform as an Environment Variable

Go to Settings and under Projects click the cogwheel next to the relevant git repository:






Set your access key as environment variable:

Get your Experitest cloud platform's access key




5. Trigger Build

Setup your project: go to Projects  → Add Project. Next to the relevant repository click Setup Project. In the next screen click Start Building. As your repository already contains the config.yml file, circleci will know how to trigger the build.

We recommend referencing circleci's documentation to learn more about their robust CI abilities.