Gemnasium Badges

This is the fifth post in a series about GitHub Badges. Another badge you may have seen looks something like this: This badge comes from a handy service called Gemnasium which keeps an eye on the 3rd party dependencies in your project. Originally it tracked just […]

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Code Climate Badges

This post is the fourth in my series on GitHub Badges. Today I will be covering Code Climate Badges. Another type of badge you may run into on GitHub looks something like this: This badge shows the “Quality GPA” from Code Climate which is service […]

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Coveralls Badges

Todays post will be covering Coveralls. This is the third post in my series on GitHub Badges. In my last post I covered the hosted CI service TravisCI.  Once you get your code building in a ci system which automatically runs your tests, one of the […]

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Travis-CI Badges

This is the second post in my series on GitHub Badges. Another badge you are likely to have seen looks like this: Or likely a greener version of the same. These badges link to a continuous integration service of some kind. The most common one […]

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GemFury Badges

The first service I would like to cover in my series on codebase service badges is GemFury. GemFury is actually a provider of private package repositories for RubyGems, Python packages, and NPM packages. However, they provide a version badge service for packages hosted on public […]

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