I would like to achieve a continuous integration workflow and not have to install TravisCI on a different machine than the one I work with, for economic purposes.
your IDE should be able to run unit tests "on file change" if they're fast enough
It should work with private repositories
Others say circleCI is worth a look. But external services often cost a bit for non open-source projects. For me personally, travis is too expensive 😞
@digitall_it https://stackoverflow.com/questions/21053657/how-to-run-travis-ci-locally well, could be worth a try
ok but TravisCI because you want to run your tests?
yes on my private projects
Is anyone here using HTTP2? (optimising for it)
Testing / feedback welcomed
It seems to be quite well supported in most browsers these days
Cool module will try it at some point 🙂
Using http/2 for a while - it really makes a difference. Have to check that module 🙂
http/3 is coming!
@lerni What has stood out the most when using http/2? Performance? 🙂
well its about transport and there you gain ~30% - if you use server-push for critical requirements it makes first load quiet a bit faster. but it boils down to have less page-speed-insight complains 😉
can you just use a git hook?
@andante uhm, maybe it could be sufficient..