In my previous blogs, I completed running a basic Continuous Integration (CI) on a Node.js app hosted on a public repository. Next, I configured a simple unit test for the Node.js app to check for errors each time I did a code commit.
In this tutorial, I'll cover running CI for the same Node.js application, if it were hosted on a private repository. Hosting code on a private repository source control system is the common way developers/teams operate during software development. The overview of the work flow is to sign in using source control provider credentials, authorizing a one-time access to private repositories, enabling the project, configuring the
shippable.ymlfile, completing a successful CI run for the Node.js app.