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cml - ♾️ CML - Continuous Machine Learning | CI/CD for ML

  •    Javascript

What is CML? Continuous Machine Learning (CML) is an open-source CLI tool for implementing continuous integration & delivery (CI/CD) with a focus on MLOps. Use it to automate development workflows — including machine provisioning, model training and evaluation, comparing ML experiments across project history, and monitoring changing datasets. CML can help train and evaluate models — and then generate a visual report with results and metrics — automatically on every pull request.

ploy - git push at this http router and it will host your branches on subdomains

  •    Javascript

server.js should host its http server on process.env.PORT.Now your server.js will be running on http://localhost/. If you push again to master, in a few seconds the new master code will be running on http://localhost/.

guerilla - Guerilla is a distributed build/test server specialized for iOS and Android.

  •    Javascript

Guerilla is a distributed build/test server specialized for iOS and Android.An instance of Guerilla manages jobs and provides a UI to view job results. A job consists of tasks. Examples of tasks are check out project from Github, build a project using Gradle, execute XCTests, and retrieve method count from an APK. Guerilla provides some core tasks and also gives the user the ability to write custom tasks that may be specific to a certain project. With Guerilla, it is easy to run scheduled, automated tests on real devices. Guerilla can also generate reports based on data points that are outputted from job results. This will show a user how their project is changing over time (APK size over time). Reports can also be generated to show things like memory and network usage during a single run. Guerilla can easily be scaled by configuring and adding new workers. It is a flexible platform that aims to help automate hard-to-automate tasks.

ci-info - Get details about the current Continuous Integration environment

  •    Javascript

Get details about the current Continuous Integration environment.A string. Will contain the name of the CI server the code is running on. If not CI server is detected, it will be null.

is-ci - Detect if your code is running on a CI server

  •    Javascript

Returns true if the current environment is a Continuous Integration server.Other CI tools using environment variables like BUILD_ID or CI would be detected as well.

ndarray-continuous - Create continuous "chunked" grids/volumes with ndarrays.

  •    Javascript

An experiment with creating continuous grids/volumes from "chunked" ndarrays. Ideally, this could make it easy to work with infinite terrain, or simply splitting a large area into smaller chunks to conserve memory - while still taking advantage of the modules designed to work with ndarrays.The interface supports both asynchronous and synchronous getters, in case you want to back the chunks with a local storage mechanism such as level.js.

topdown-physics - Basic, grid-based, 2D top-down player physics for continuous ndarrays

  •    Javascript

Basic, grid-based, 2D top-down player physics for continuous ndarrays.You can find a demo here, the code for which is here.

cicada - a teeny git-based continuous integration server

  •    Javascript

Create a new ci server using opts.repodir for storing git blobs and opts.workdir for checking out code.If opts.repodir is a function, check out repositories to the directory specified by the return value of opts.repodir(repo) where repo is the repo name as a string.

smooth-state - smoothly interpolate state changes over time

  •    Javascript

Create a new state object state given some initial values.Each value can be a number or an array of numbers.

testling-server - run your browser tests on every commit

  •    Javascript

This is the run-it-yourself version of testling-ci.Right now the tests just run with the xdg-open or open command on the local system.

fabric8-platform - Generates the distribution of the fabric8 microservices platform

  •    Shell

From version 4.x onwards of the fabric8 platform there are a core set of shared services which are shared by all users then a set of services created for each user/team which we refer to as tenant services.Each user/team can get their own Jenkins, Che and Content Repository.

node-travis-ci - node library to access the Travis-CI API

  •    Javascript

Due to the expanding travis api, there were an increasing number of cases where a function could conceivably map to several http endpoints. To eliminate that complexity, and to ensure that the entire api could be exposed, the api has been rewritten to be a much more transparent layer on top of the http interface. Url path segments that are exposed as objects, unless they are followed by url parameters, in which case they are exposed as functions that consume those arguments. The function that makes the api call is now just http verbs (get/post/etc). Many functions, such as travis.accounts, require authenticating as a user. Currently the only way to authenticate is to start with a github oauth token, request a travis access token, and authenticate with that.

react-component-scrollload - A React component to implement continuous scrolling (for modern browser)

  •    Javascript

A dummy React component to implement continuous load on scroll for modern browser. A dummy way to improve scrolling performance.

nodeunit-watcher - nodeunit wrapper for continuous testing.

  •    Javascript

A wrapper for nodeunit to provide continuous testing. nodeunit-watcher calls fs.watchFile on your test files and runs a new instance of nodeunit whenever you make changes to the file specified.

favis-ci - Continuous Integration in your Favicon

  •    Javascript

Continuous Integration in your Favicon. Favis CI is a JavaScript plugin that modifies your favicon to include the latest build status of your project in Travis CI.

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