Our product Semaphore lets you quickly set up a fast continuous delivery process for any web project. Test every change you make and easily deploy new versions to delight of your users. Integrate with other services and keep your team in the loop. Originally designed for ourselves, it is now used and praised by hundreds of companies worldwide.
At DockerCon in Seattle we announced the preview release of Semaphore Enterprise, a new product which combines the power of running on-premise CI/CD with the convenience of using a hosted, easy-to-use web UI. Through our partnership with Docker, Semaphore Enterprise is available for download at the brand new Docker Store.
We are partnering with the local Rails Girls team to co-host the third edition of Rails Girls in Novi Sad. Registrations are open until November 22.
We’re pleased to announce that Sneha Somwanshi has joined Rendered Text. Read more…
We at Rendered Text are huge fans of Ruby on Rails. As a proof, SemaphoreCI — our biggest product — is still mostly written in Ruby. Lately, however, we started migrating toward Elixir and the OTP platform. Erlang has an excellent platform for developing...Read more…
Today we’re reviving the custom of announcing new team members on the blog. These are exciting times for Rendered Text as we’ve been setting up various functions in the company that have not had dedicated people before. We’re very happy to see these fantastic people come and do great work. As a result, we’re collectively able to accomplish awesome things that were not possible before. Read more…
Inject is one of the fundamental, and most versatile constructs available in
functional languages. It can be used to implement
and a bunch of other iteration related methods. Unfortunately, many programmers
are not aware of its awesome powers. This article is here to improve this fact.