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What free online continuous integration services do you use?

 
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Do you use any free online continuous integration (CI) services?
If so why have you chosen the service you are using?

I was planning on making, or at least attempting, an open source project or two.
The code for the projects would be hosted GitHub.

I came across an article listing the following (some do not work any more):
  • Travis CITest and Deploy Your Code with Confidence
  • CircleCI  – Continuous Integration and Deployment
  • Codeship – Continuous Delivery with Codeship: Fast, secure and fully customizable.
  • Snap CI – Continuous Integration that Lives and Works in the Cloud
  • drone.io - Continuous Integration
  • Appveyor – Continuous Integration and Deployment service for Windows developers
  • Found on https://www.peterdavehello.org/2015/10/online-continuous-integration-services-for-free/

    I'm pretty sure that there are free online CI systems which can connect to GitHub.

    Currently I'm leaning towards using either Travis CI or CircleCI, however I'm not going to be able to test any of these out until at least a few days from now.
     
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    This listing may be more inclusive and up to date
    https://github.com/marketplace/category/continuous-integration
    However services may not be free.
     
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    I think for hobby projects I've used Travis in the past. That was a while ago though, and I'm embarrassed to admit I don't use CI all that often in hobby projects.

    At our company we use an on-premise Team Foundation Server instance, but that's neither free nor (obviously) online.
     
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