PHP version compatibility check

Our latest build recipe will scan your code and look for syntax that's incompatible with your production PHP version. If you use an incompatible syntax, your build will fail and deployment canceled. Neat, right?

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Try it out for free on branchci.com. πŸ‘Œ

No more PHP syntax errors

We just released our PHP syntax error recipe that will scan your code for syntax errors before you deploy.

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Try it out for free on branchci.com. πŸ‘Œ

Automated page speed, SEO and accessibility checks with Lighthouse

We recently released our new Lighthouse recipe that can check your site for page speed, SEO and accessibility regressions on every deploy.

We also published a guide on how to set this up for your own projects. Check it out here: https://www.branchci.com/learn/lighthouse/

No excuses not to test! 😎

Bedrock build recipe

With the new Bedrock recipe in Branch, setting up an automated build and deployment process for your Bedrock projects is super simple. We are huge fans of Bedrock and managing WordPress with Composer. We actually use Bedrock to run the branchci.com website itself and deploy to SpinupWP using Branch. The Bedrock recipe will pull in your Composer dependencies and help you generate a .env configuration file by running a bit of find/replace on your .env.example file for your project.

Create a free Branch account to check out this recipe!

Deploy to Flywheel

We recently released a new build recipe that allows you to deploy from Branch to Flywheel. We're pretty excited about this recipe! We also wrote a detailed step-by-step guide on how to set up a CI/CD workflow for you Flywheel projects. Check it out here: https://www.branchci.com/learn/hosting/flywheel/

Autogenerated WordPress salts

If you set up a new project on Branch, you'll notice that you have a bunch of new environment variables available. Branch will no autogenerate all the salts and keys that WordPress uses for hashes. This is helpful if you are using a framework like Bedrock that puts these values in a .env file. Using Branch's .env recipe, you can generate a .env file for your project upon deployment.

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Deploy to SpinupWP

We just released our first ever multi-step recipe, which helps you deploy to SpinupWP powered WordPress sites. The recipe will do 2 things:

  1. Deploy to a SpinupWP server using rsync
  2. Purge the cache using WP CLI

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Enjoy!

Pagely recipe

We just released a new recipe that makes it super easy to deploy to Pagely. Check out the guide here!

πŸ“£ Announcing Build Recipes

Today was a big day at the virtual Branch office. We released the biggest overhaul of the UI to date. We completely re-imagined how build recipes work in the product. With this update, it’s all plug & play. Pick the tools you use, hit build and be done with it.

Watch the screencast in the beginning on this post to see build recipes in action.

Point & Click CI/CD for WordPress with Branch recipes

Build status in the browser tab

You can now see which step is currently running in Branch and which one has failed - right in your browser tabs:

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Pretty cool, huh!