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Sharing some light on how it is to partner with us.
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We're publishing our work guidelines for the world to see.
Oct 13 2016 : Brujo Benavides
Using niffy to simplify working with NIFs on Erlang
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How to write clear function signatures, yet expressive, while following Swift 3 API design guidelines.
Sep 16 2016 : Pablo Villar
How to automatically trigger rails tests with a Jenkins job
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A description of our usual stack for building REST servers in Erlang
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Using Erlang's External Term Format
Aug 17 2016 : Hernan Rivas Acosta
Integrating our Android linter with Github's pull requests
Aug 04 2016 : Fernando Ramirez and Euen Lopez
Introducing how to implement passwordless login with phoenix framework
Jul 27 2016 : Thiago Borges
Our newest game to test your Beam Skills
Jul 14 2016 : Brujo Benavides
Three Open Source Projects, one App
Jun 28 2016 : Andrés Gerace
Running credo checks for elixir code on your github pull requests
Jun 16 2016 : Alejandro Mataloni
Thoughts on rebar3
Jun 08 2016 : Hernán Rivas Acosta
Gadget is a service created here that will integrate with your Github
public repositories and check all your pull requests with different tools,
Once you've signed up with your Github user, you'll see a grid with a row per repo and a column per tool. To [de]activate a tool for a repo, just click on its On/Off button.
When a tool is activated for a repo, a webhook will be added to that particular repository on Github. Then, each time somebody submits a pull request there, Gadget will check the PR's code with that tool and report any warnings as github comments.
Gadget will only check public repositories hosted on Github. It does not check private repos because checking repositories (for instance with dialyzer) requires Gadget to clone and compile them on Inaka's servers and that's something that can get very tricky very fast with private repositories.
Gadget's code is not open-source but it's built up using many open-source libraries such as:
If you want to have your own version of Gadget to use on your private repos you can either build it on your own using the open source libraries mentioned above or feel free to contact us or meet us at our open-source hipchat room.