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Slack Integration on Codeship

The Codeship Slack Integration

At Codeship we love to build for the builders. Our goal is to make software teams more productive. Simplicity, ease of use and a great experience is a big part of what defines us.

Codeship is part of your teams workflow by helping to automate your test and deployment processes. To be able to stay on top of what is happening during your development process sensible notifications tied to your workflow are crucial.

Amongst other integrations we are happy to announce a new notification integration with Slack. Slack is a great communication service that integrates with a lot of other tools and brings all your communication together in one place.

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Codeship Heartbleed Update

Codeship Heartbleed Update

After the release of the #Heartbleed bug in Openssl we’ve taken several steps to make sure your data is secure.

After Heroku patched their Load Balancers we reissued and updated our certificate for codeship.io. You can check the new validity date in the certificate information of your browser.

We went through all of the services we use at Codeship, made sure that they already patched the #Heartbleed vulnerability and then changed our passwords at every one of these services.

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Continuous Deployment for node.js apps from GitHub to Modulus

How to set up Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment for a Node.js Application from GitHub to Modulus

In this blog post we’re going to deploy a Node.js application from a GitHub repository to Modulus using Codeship.

We’ve set up a simple Node.js application called codefish which contains some Jasmine specs. We’ll use screenshots of this application in this blog post. If you haven’t got your own project to set up but you want to follow along on your computer, just fork the repository.

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Continuous Deployment for node.js apps from Bitbucket to Modulus

How to set up Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment for a Node.js Application from Bitbucket to Modulus

In this blog post we’re going to deploy a Node.js application from a Bitbucket repository to Modulus using Codeship.

We’ve set up a simple Node.js application called codefish which contains some Jasmine specs. We’ll use screenshots of this application in this blog post. If you haven’t got your own project to set up but you want to follow along on your computer, just fork the repository.

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