Feb 17, 2015

Travis Build Matrix Badge

Currently, Travis doesn’t have a way to display a build status badge for individual jobs in a matrix build. You can only get an individual badge which displays “passing” if all the jobs pass or “failed” if one job fails.

I’ve created a small open source web application which is deployable on Heroku. It can display build badges for matrix jobs like the following example:

Screen Shot 2015-02-13 at 11.45.03 AM

Fork this project on Github: https://github.com/bjfish/travis-matrix-badges

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