Time Series Data for Continuous Integration
You have Continuous Integration (CI) already in place?
Of course, because you care about quality and keep an eye on your code.
But what about
- bundle size?
- build time?
- lines of code?
- number of dependencies?
How do you measure those KPIs?
How do you track them over time?
How do you compare them across branches?
How can SeriesCI help?
SeriesCI has a simple to use REST API. We provide examples in
Node.js. You're not limited to those programming languages. You can use any programming language you want.
Keep track of the following and much more
- bundle size
- build time
- lines of code
- number of dependencies
- docker image size
- code coverage
- puppeteer metrics (Performance, Accessibility, Best Practices, SEO, Progressive Web App)
- static analysis
- quality metrics
Every number can be measured with SeriesCI.
SeriesCI does not have access to your code. It can neither read nor write your code. It will never see anything from your code. SeriesCI is a GitHub App and has very limited permissions.