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Continuous Integration Status Lights

by spilth

Published on November 1, 2014

Use the Cloud & Arduino bits to receive notifications from a Continuous Integration server (Travis CI) webhook and turns on a Green or Red light depending on the state of your most recent build. Either the d5 or d9 receives voltage at a time so you can have distinct results for Success and Failure for your builds. Note: I only have 1 RGB LED so I'm using a barograph for now as the other LED.

How To Make It

STEP 1

Temporarily plug one RGB LED into the USB Power and set its color to Green

STEP 2

Temporarily plug the other RGB LED into the USB Power and set its color to Red

STEP 3

USB Power -> CloudBit -> Arduino a0

STEP 4

Arduino d5 -> Green RGB LED

STEP 5

Arduino d9 -> Red RGB LED

STEP 6

Plug a USB cable int your computer and the Arduino bit. Start the Arduino IDE and upload the code below.

STEP 7

Set up the web hook app as describe here: https://github.com/spilth/littlebits-travis-webhook

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