BuildWatch monitors Jenkins

BuildWatch monitors Jenkins


Monitor the state of the build on your wrist. With BuildWatch, you know when to return to your desk. When your build is ready, your wrist will vibrate and show you the status of the current build. If you don't have a Sony SmartWatch™ or don't have it connected currently, it will show an Android notification.

Currently it does not do too much - we want to see how many people actually use Jenkins & own a SmartWatch & are interested in something like this.

This works with the Open Source Continuous Integration server Jenkins (http://www.jenkins-ci.org) and uses Google Cloud Messaging, so you'll need the Jenkins GCM Notification plugin. As the setup is quite involved we created a website & tutorial videos to get you started. Please check http://buildwatch.org/setup.html

Have fun with BuildWatch! And by the way - it is open source, so if you want to add features you can do it yourself and send a pull request or get in touch via email or GitHub. The source code is available @ https://github.com/einvalentin/buildwatch


LiveWare™ extension for SmartWatch
LiveWare™ extension for Smart Wireless Headset pro

Recent changes:
1.6:
Improved the app for users without direct connectivity to Jenkins. You can now share the GCM token via Email and configure messages to show in the app instead of opening in a web browser. Thanks Jordi M. for suggesting the feature and perform beta testing :-)

1.3:
Fixed a crash related to GCM (thanks for reporting!)
Removed anonying "null triggered a build" notification caused by impossibility of parsing the message from jenkins

1.2:
Fixed a crash related to analytics
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About BuildWatch monitors Jenkins
Monitor the state of the build on your wrist. With BuildWatch, you know when to return to your desk. When your build is ready, your wrist will vibrate and show you the status of the current build. If you don't have a Sony SmartWatch™ or don't have it connected currently, it will show an Android notification.

Currently it does not do too much - we want to see how many people actually use Jenkins & own a SmartWatch & are interested in something like this.

This works with the Open Source Continuous Integration server Jenkins (http://www.jenkins-ci.org) and uses Google Cloud Messaging, so you'll need the Jenkins GCM Notification plugin. As the setup is quite involved we created a website & tutorial videos to get you started. Please check http://buildwatch.org/setup.html

Have fun with BuildWatch! And by the way - it is open source, so if you want to add features you can do it yourself and send a pull request or get in touch via email or GitHub. The source code is available @ https://github.com/einvalentin/buildwatch


LiveWare™ extension for SmartWatch
LiveWare™ extension for Smart Wireless Headset pro

Recent changes:
1.6:
Improved the app for users without direct connectivity to Jenkins. You can now share the GCM token via Email and configure messages to show in the app instead of opening in a web browser. Thanks Jordi M. for suggesting the feature and perform beta testing :-)

1.3:
Fixed a crash related to GCM (thanks for reporting!)
Removed anonying "null triggered a build" notification caused by impossibility of parsing the message from jenkins

1.2:
Fixed a crash related to analytics

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A Google User
Jun 18, 2014
Awesome implementation If i would ask for something would be to offer the option to Open Jenkins on the Android device screen alongside the log/message just like it does on the notification with the action buttons. Aside from that, making the Android details display text view selectable and render links as clickable.
A Google User
Jan 7, 2014
I don't want to create another account
A Google User
Nov 12, 2013
Easy to configure... even without a visible server from the phone Just add the sender id, let the app fetch a gcm token, save it, add "android notifications" to the build tasks and you are done.
A Google User
Sep 4, 2013
I want this to work! - Now it does... Trying to set this up manually. I can see no way to get GCM token from device to enter into Jenkins. All sorted now, superbly useful app. I can now monitor my builds from the pub at lunchtime! Heartfelt thanks to Valentin
A Google User
Feb 20, 2013
Bonzer!