Travis CI for ionic apps

Hi, is anyone using Travis CI for ionic apps? If so, can you share what you are doing?

I found this as one example

I’m curious what people are doing.

because the most apps are not that complex we are running our unit and e2e tests (protractor) locally on the developers machine before we commit something in our repositories. But we have the opportunity to run the unit tests automatically on our test server (this is something like ci).

For TravisCI you can add a travis.yml --> there you can configure your system run npm install to install all the stuff your tests needed. After that you can run a gulp/grunt tasks or a shell command to start your tests.

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