Andres Pineda is a Senior Front-end Developer at Shopify, and at the Mobile DevOps Summit, he shared tips to help you build apps for global audiences. Let’s recap the discussion.
There’s often too much collaboration going on amongst mobile engineering teams— slowing things down. We discuss 4 ways to go from collaboration overload to effective collaboration.
Learn how Neo Financial is creating ambitious products with user-friendly features. We interview the team about the mobile app that is elevating the Canadian mobile finance experience.
Introducing Bitrise sample apps: you can now get started on Bitrise without the need to connect your own app.
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 edition of the Bitrise women in tech series, Vera Szamarasz — a Senior UX Researcher at Bitrise — tells us about her job, the challenges she faces in tech, and what it’s like working at Bitrise.
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Right before WWDC 2022, Bitrise announced the first scalable virtualized Apple Silicon M1 CI/CD dev environment. Then Apple announced M2 for iOS, and everyone wonders, is M2 in the cloud happening?
From April 25, 2022 on, Apple will start requiring all apps being built for Apple’s platforms, including iPhone (iOS), iPad (iPadOS), and Watch (WatchOS), to be built with Xcode 13, which already includes SDKs for iOS 15, iPadOS 15, and watchOS 8.
A new type of app called "super apps" are gaining popularity. They combine the functionality of several different apps into one convenient package. Originated in Asia, these apps are finally coming to the west. Here's what businesses should know about this new mobile trend in 2022.
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