Continous Integration (CI) is a practice of checking code repositories (typically a few times a day) to test for changes which may cause failures.
CI can be integrated into either scientific programming workflows or into code development
The most popular CI tools are:
When to use CI?
- building or hosting services to a community
- developing versioned copies of containers for public consumption
- DevOps + Data Science
Status badges can be embedded in a README.md. Badges let you show the state of code or documentation.
You can view a diverse list of different badges on Shields.io
Different Badge Styles¶
Now you can pass the
style GET argument,
to get custom styled badges same as you would for shields.io.
If no argument is passed,
flat is used as default.