This article is about mobile security tools and five recommended security tools for building secure mobile apps with automated testing.
In the article, we discussed three of the biggest challenges for mobile engineering teams when it comes to DevOps adoption.
Mobile sales traffic is growing at an unprecedented rate. In retail and e-commerce, the only way to engage customers, in the long run, is by creating intuitive, flawless, and enjoyable mobile shopping experiences that go beyond a single purchase.
Remove bottlenecks. Build great apps faster. With Insights’ build data, know what to prioritize, and shift your focus to what matters the most.
Podcasts are a great way to learn from industry experts about specific topics. For people in mobile engineering or Mobile DevOps, there are some great tech and developer-geared podcasts available. Here’s a list of four podcast recommendations for mobile developers.
In this article, Julie — a Senior Software Engineer at Bitrise — tells us about her job, her main motivations, the challenges she’s experienced throughout her career, and what it’s like to work at Bitrise.
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We received a lot of questions during our Build Pipelines webinar in July, so in this article, you'll read part 1 of the Q&A about Build Pipelines and rerunning workflows, stages, or pipelines.
We’ve recently updated our Linux environments from vCPU 2-4-8 machines to vCPU 4-8-16 respectively, but the credit multipliers remained the same. Now we’re adding some more optimization to our Linux machines: to make your builds even faster.
All your app-level settings are available on one page to simplify handling test devices, notifications, and more.
Now in beta: break your Workflows into Stages, build and test in parallel, shard your tests, and get faster PR feedback.
We’ve just revamped the People and Groups pages to make team management simpler and more straightforward. Goodbye, separate People and Groups pages, and welcome Team page!
The recently released 2.0.7 version for the “Deploy to Bitrise.io - Apps, Logs, Artifacts” Step switched storing artifacts from AWS S3 to Google Cloud Storage, which means improvements in speed, especially for testing and deployment.
Workflow Recipes provide ready-made solutions for common Workflow tasks. To make your life easier, you can find a range of different Recipes along with examples of entire Workflows.
Track your build and test performance to get unstuck, get on track and accelerate your pipelines. Visualize performance and identify bottlenecks by using historical build and test performance tracking. Today, we introduce Build Insights Pro, a new awesome extension to help you achieve more.
It’s a long tradition at Bitrise that we compile the biggest learnings from the previous year in our annual State of App Development blog post. Let’s take a look at what 2021 brought our way, shall we?
You can run your iOS UI tests way faster now on Bitrise. Wouldn’t it be the perfect time to use this decrease to run more of them?
This post is intended to provide you with updates on the Log4j vulnerability (CVE-2021-44228) and its impact on Bitrise and its customers. Executive summary: Bitrise customers are not affected, but please check any 3rd party steps/code.
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