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May 20, 2022   |  By Olususi Oluyemi
Gin is a high-performance HTTP web framework written in Golang. It contains features and functionalities like routing and middleware out of the box. This helps to reduce boilerplate code, improves productivity, and simplifies the process of building microservices. In this tutorial, I will guide you through the process of building a RESTful API with Golang using the Gin-gonic framework. I will also lead you through building an API to manage the basic details of a company.
May 19, 2022   |  By Jacob Schmitt
Most organizations that make software — from small startups to multi-billion-dollar behemoths — use third-party libraries and tools to develop their applications. Modern apps depend on many external components to build and deliver software to customers. These libraries and tools are collectively called the software supply chain. A software supply chain for a typical web app may include components like these.
May 19, 2022   |  By Waweru Mwaura
Axios is a promise-based HTTP library that lets developers make requests to either their own or a third-party server to fetch data. It offers different ways of making requests such as GET, POST, PUT/PATCH, and DELETE. In this tutorial, I will explain how Axios interacts with applications, describe the structure of Axios requests and responses, how to make requests to an API, and how to write tests for your requests using CircleCI.
May 18, 2022   |  By Waweru Mwaura
Without logs, or a good understanding of them, debugging an application or looking through an error stack trace can be challenging. Luckily, Flask logging can change the way you understand debugging and how you interact with logs produced by the application. The Flask logging module gives you a way to record errors over different severity levels. A default logging module is included in the Python standard library, and it provides both simple and advanced logging functions.
May 12, 2022   |  By Jacob Schmitt
High-quality code is efficient and reliable, runs well without bugs, and meets user needs. It can cope with errors or unusual conditions. It is also easy to understand, maintain, and expand with new features. Additionally, its portability means that it can run on as many machines as reasonably possible. Development teams work with codebases that are constantly changing. They add, delete, and modify existing code to improve speed or implement new features.
May 11, 2022   |  By Waweru Mwaura
Automated tests are especially important in large applications that have lots of moving parts. It is smart to learn about many methods of testing applications so that you can provide as much coverage as possible. If you are not familiar with using snapshots in testing, read on. Snapshot tests are written as part of frontend test automation.
Apr 29, 2022   |  By Zan Markan
Imagine yourself in this situation: You are a motivated and skilled DevOps or DevEx engineer. You have a plan to implement automated, complete CI/CD pipelines. You know how to do it, and you know how the extra productivity and automation will benefit your team and the whole company. But the project is never approved, because of security concerns. Many organizations, especially those in regulated industries, have strict requirements for releasing their software, and rightfully so.
Apr 29, 2022   |  By Olususi Oluyemi
If you have been around for a while in the field of software development, especially web development, then you know how tedious and stressful it has historically been to deploy your source code to a webserver. Most of the time, this was accomplished by uploading it using File Transfer Protocol (FTP). But now we have numerous ways of automating the deployment process. In this tutorial, we will learn how to set up continuous deployment of a Nest.js application to Heroku using CircleCI.
Apr 28, 2022   |  By Stanley Ndagi
Continuous integration (CI) involves the test automation of feature branches before they are merged to the main Git branch in a project. This ensures that a codebase does not get updated with changes that could break something. Continuous delivery (CD), on the other hand, builds upon CI by automating releases of these branches or the main branch. This allows small incremental updates that reach your users faster, in line with Agile software development philosophy.
Apr 28, 2022   |  By Sebastian Lerner
We recently revamped our freemium plan to be the most generous free CI/CD tier for developers on the planet. In addition to making powerful features and resources available on the Free plan, we’ve extended self-hosted runners to all CircleCI plans.
May 13, 2022   |  By CircleCI
Incident response can tricky. How do you create a culture prepared to handle it in a healthy and efficient way? What should and shouldn't leaders be involved in? How do you create a psychologically safe environment? Find out in this episode as Rob as he interviews Jeli founder Nora Jones on the do's and don'ts of incident response.
May 3, 2022   |  By CircleCI
Developers know that testing their software has all kinds of benefits, but why store test data? CircleCI users can easily capture this test metadata and use it to unlock powerful time and money-saving features with just a few lines of configuration code.
Apr 29, 2022   |  By CircleCI
Rob is joined by Amazon EKS GM, Chandler Hoisington to discuss the speedy rise of Kubernetes. Chandler explains the power of getting the right tooling for your team and how sometimes the costs of moving fast may be worth the risk.
Apr 26, 2022   |  By CircleCI
To reduce your build times and accelerate time to market, you can use a technique called test splitting. Test splitting takes advantage of parallelism, or simultaneous processing of jobs across compute nodes, to run your test suite in multiple containers.
Apr 25, 2022   |  By CircleCI
Learn how to automate your development process quickly, safely, and at scale with CircleCI
Apr 15, 2022   |  By CircleCI
Rob is joined by Randy Shoup, VP of Engineering at eBay to discuss how to deliver fast, without losing quality. Learn about the value of consistent teams, having a long-term vision, and diligently measuring against key success metrics. Tune in today to find out how your team can increase productivity and move even faster.
Apr 1, 2022   |  By CircleCI
If you can’t get through Okta, you can’t do your job. But failures happen. With this reality its not about preventing failure but about dealing with failure. Rob is joined by Hector Aguilar, former VP of Technology at Okta shares how he helped create a culture expecting and prepared for failure.
Mar 23, 2022   |  By CircleCI
Many enterprises still struggle to get security right. To protect their business, it is critical they focus on security during the entire infrastructure and application lifecycle, including continuous integration and deployment. In this workshop, we will cover security mechanisms you can employ in your CI/CD pipelines to tighten security while enabling developers to push their code, quickly and safely.
Mar 22, 2022   |  By CircleCI
Software delivery has never been more critical to the success of business in every industry. It’s also never been more complex. With the growing challenges of complexity, how can engineering teams succeed? CircleCI examined 55 million data points from more than 44,000 organizations and 160,000 projects to help guide team development and software delivery decisions. Benchmarks from the report show that the highest performing teams prioritize being in a state of deploy-readiness, deploy more often and recover faster.
Aug 3, 2021   |  By CircleCI
Many organizations fail to adopt application security best practices that work to protect software, data, and users. But integrating security tools into your application development environment can make security issues more visible and easier to catch while providing real-time insights into threats and vulnerabilities.
Mar 22, 2021   |  By CircleCI
There are many reasons teams get stuck in the process of adopting DevOps. Now Rob Zuber, CircleCI CTO, brings an inspiring and practical guide to moving your team further up the DevOps maturity ladder, regardless of where you are now. In this ebook, Rob brings two decades of experience leading teams to work for you, with practical takeaways and strategies that work for real-world teams, from startups to enterprise companies.
Mar 22, 2021   |  By CircleCI
But getting your team on board can be a challenge. Shipping great products isn't just about writing good code. If you want confidence in your code, knowing how to properly test it is key. Download this guide today and ship more confidently tomorrow.
Mar 1, 2021   |  By CircleCI
Many of the world's highest performing software development teams have adopted DevOps practices, simplifying software builds, testing, and deployment. But standard DevOps process fails to address a vital issue: security and vulnerability management. Learn how to shift security left and get your entire team onboard to maintain the security of their libraries and container images.
Mar 1, 2021   |  By CircleCI
There's a lot of excitement and accolades around startups everywhere these days -- success stories and big payoffs. But no one talks about what it really takes to get there: the day-to-day onslaught of small, technical decisions that are expected of a technical leader in a fast-growing company. In this ebook, CircleCI CTO and 20+ year technology veteran Rob Zuber shares the tactics he's used to focus on what's important, make the right decisions at the right times, and to strategize which decisions to make now, later, or never.
Feb 1, 2021   |  By CircleCI
The concept of 'testing in production' has started to become an increasingly viable methodology and a tool for teams to use in their validation process - but what does it really mean to test in production? And what does it cost to do it well? In this ebook, CircleCI CTO Rob Zuber will explore these questions and other topics like.
Feb 1, 2021   |  By CircleCI
DevOps is a growing trend, but where did it come from? It's the unification of two traditionally disparate worlds into one cohesive cycle. But it's not some recent invention or fad; it's the result of years of iteration, as engineers have cracked risk into progressively smaller chunks. In this whitepaper, we'll discuss.
Jan 1, 2021   |  By CircleCI
...but it doesn't end there. Once you've hired the best, keeping them engaged, motivated, and working well with each other is an ongoing challenge. In this ebook, you'll hear from some of our top technical leaders about the techniques and principles we've spent years honing. Growing a technical company requires more than great technical leadership-it requires thoughtful, compassionate, and expert people leadership as well. Download this ebook today, and help your team thrive.
Jan 1, 2021   |  By CircleCI
Workflows were created so that teams could run their builds in any way they choose. This ebook contains examples and config files from 8 different open source projects so you can see exactly how real development teams (at companies like Facebook and Google) are using workflows right now to ship applications.

CircleCI is the world’s largest shared continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) platform, and the central hub where code moves from idea to delivery. As one of the most-used DevOps tools that processes more than 1 million builds a day, CircleCI has unique access to data on how engineering teams work, and how their code runs.

Companies like Spotify, Coinbase, Stitch Fix, and BuzzFeed use us to improve engineering team productivity, release better products, and get to market faster.

Everything great teams need:

  • Workflows for job orchestration: Define and orchestrate how job execution (such as build, test, deploy) is run, giving you complete control over your development process across multiple supported configurations.
  • First-class Docker support: Run any image from Docker’s public/private registry or other common registries, customizable on a per-job basis. Build Docker images, access Docker layer caching, Compose, and more.
  • Choose the CPU/RAM you need: Easily configure your compute and memory to fit your team’s specific pipelines. Choose resources that give you optimal performance and increase speed.
  • Language-agnostic support: CircleCI supports any language that builds on Linux, Windows, or macOS, including C++, Javascript, .NET, PHP, Python, and Ruby. You are free to use any toolchain, framework, or version you want.
  • Powerful caching: Speed up your pipelines with expanded caching options, including images, source code, dependencies, and custom caches. Gain control over cache save and restore points throughout your jobs for optimal performance.
  • SSH or run local builds for easy debugging: Quickly find and solve problems using SSH access or run jobs in your local environment to ensure faster remediation of issues. Find and solve bugs where they happen for fast recovery.
  • Unmatched security: The controls you need to be confident your code is protected. Host in our cloud or on your own infrastructure, LDAP for user management, full-level virtual machine isolation, and more.
  • Insights dashboard: Realize the full value of CircleCI with the Insights dashboard. Track status, monitor duration, and optimize pipelines with ease.

More speed and configurability than ever before with customizable pipelines.