Mobile test automation is a vital part of the Mobile DevOps cycle. Without it, we can’t deliver mobile apps to our customers. This article will explain how a fastlane plugin for parallelizing iOS UI tests can make your life easier.
In this episode, we welcomed Antoine van der Lee as our special guest. This time, our focus was on app quality: how to follow up with user feedback, make sure the app constantly evolves, and other tips and tricks to create a top-notch user experience.
The results are in: Over the last year, Bitrise provided developers with new Xcode versions for their iOS builds faster than any other CICD platform. Check out the details in this Xcode support for CICD benchmark roundup.
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.
If the Step Library is the brain of each and every build running on Bitrise, the open-source community must be the heart of it, playing a key role in the success of our product. That's why we have some plans to do more amazing things.
Kata Keri, Product Manager at Bitrise, tells us about her job, challenges, and what it is like to be a woman working in tech.
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After the deprecation of the Visual Studio for Mac stack and the Xamarin Steps on Bitrise, there is a way to keep building Xamarin projects on Bitrise. Please note that this method is not guaranteed to work for all Xamarin projects and Bitrise will not officially support these projects anymore, but it might help Xamarin users until the official MAUI release.
In this blog, we'll show how you can import your project manually or as an iOS project. I’ll also present a few step combinations that can be used to test and deploy your KMM apps.
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