Projects / CI-Eye


CI-Eye is a powerful continuous integration build radiator requiring no installation and almost no set-up. CI-Eye talks to many different CI servers through their REST APIs (so no plug-ins are required). Currently, support is offered for Hudson, Jenkins, and TeamCity. CI-Eye runs as a standalone Web application.

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Recent releases

  •  06 Aug 2012 18:49

    Release Notes: This release adds support for communication with secured CI servers that need a username/password for access. The UI has been improved to give immediate feedback to users when they mark a build. Several improvements were made to the way that TeamCity builds are radiated, including highlighting builds under investigation (TeamCity v7.0 and above).

    •  30 Jul 2012 22:05

      Release Notes: This release adds support for Gravatar images and plays a "woohoo" sound when doh is over. Several bugs related to the all-green squirrel have been fixed, and third-party dependencies have been upgraded.

      •  09 Apr 2012 16:10

        Release Notes: This release adds support for local storage to save local radiator settings and introduces a new (trial) grid mode. Several bugs related to image displaying have been fixed, and the version checker has been upgraded to use the latest GitHub v3 API.

        •  25 Mar 2012 10:11

          Release Notes: This release adds support for https and for TeamCity 7.0. New features include support for radiating all builds on a given TeamCity server and for showing a picture for "all-green and nothing building". This release fixes a logging bug causing log properties to be ignored and a tooltip bug in firefox. It upgrades guava to 11.0.2, gson to 2.1, jquery to 1.7.1, and httpcomponents httpclient to 4.1.3. It only caches reverse DNS lookup results for one hour.

          •  24 Jan 2012 20:15

            Release Notes: This release upgrades guava to 11.0, gson to 2.0, jquery to 1.7.1, and commons-io to 2.1 to provide many bugfixes and performance improvements. A better startup message is written to stdout, and better analysis of green jenkins jobs is performed, so this release always gets the start time of the latest build. Sound effects have been added for doh moments. The CSS media type for controlling desktop-mode has been removed in favor of a fly-out menu in the top-right corner controlling both desktop and silent modes. A major reworking of the ant build.xml script was carried out to remove duplication.

            Recent comments

            28 Aug 2011 11:08 scarytom

            We use Ci-Eye extensively at work to drive our build radiators, and it is very easy to set up and maintain.

            When we added our developer pictures, it had an immediate effect on the number of failed builds. Turns out people pay more attention when their picture is on a red build.


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