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By Percy

Automated visual review platform

Check Run Reporter

By Check Run Reporter

See your test and style results without leaving GitHub. Works with any CI service. Supports JUnit, Checkstyle, and more


By GuardRails

GuardRails provides continuous security feedback for modern development teams


By Heliconia Labs

ABAP quality assurance and static analysis

CloudBees CodeShip

By CodeShip

Continuous Integration and Delivery. Fast. Customizable. Easy


By AccessLint

Find accessibility issues in your pull requests


By Workshop 64

Automatically detect, track, and rank flaky tests so you can regain trust in your test suite


By CircleCI

Automatically build, test, and deploy your project in minutes

Layer CI

By Layer Devops Inc.

A staging server replacement and CI/CD tool for full-stack apps

axe Linter

By Deque Systems Inc.

Powered by Deque Systems, helps you automatically find and fix accessibility issues


By Buddy

One-click delivery automation for Web Developers


By Hound

Automated code reviews

Travis CI

By Travis CI

Test and deploy with confidence

pre-commit ci


a continuous integration service for the pre-commit framework

App Center

By Visual Studio App Center

Continuously build, test, release, and monitor apps for every platform

Cloud 66 for Rails

By Cloud 66

Build, deploy, and maintain your Rails apps on any cloud or server

Cloud 66 Skycap

By Cloud 66

Skycap is a container native CI/CD tool

Google Cloud Build

By Google Cloud Build

Build, test, and deploy in a fast, consistent, and secure manner


By Rendered Text

Test and deploy at the push of a button


By AppVeyor Systems Inc.

Cloud service for building, testing and deploying Windows apps


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