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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M1 is available in open beta for your iOS CI/CD needs on Bitrise, today! Accelerate your transition to Apple Silicon through our fully virtualized, scalable M1 compute options, and build and test faster than ever.
We’ve just launched Teams — a new type of flexible, scalable plan for Bitrise customers. This is what it means for you as an existing customer on a concurrency-based plan, and how you can assess the transition to Teams.
So far, 2019 has been a busy year, with the introduction of the test reporting feature, the SAML SSO launch and a bunch of other smaller and bigger updates. Even though it’s always nice to be surprised when you log into Bitrise and there’s some new functionality, we appreciate that having some idea of exactly what we’re up to makes sense.
Ever wanted to add gifs to your build notifications? Well, now you can, thanks to @Almouro!
We've recently restructured the Bitrise trigger handling and added a couple of nice features, like trigger only for pull requests and specifying source and target branch for each PR. Now we're taking it up a notch by adding tag support to triggers.
To be able to fully automate your development cycle, specifying certain trigger events is crucial. That's why we've rebuilt trigger mapping from the ground up to give you more control over what to build and when. Trigger only for _ _ _ 🚀
As your company is getting bigger, managing your team of developers, testers and project managers becomes more and more troublesome. This is why we felt, that an enhanced version of team handling is needed - and we delivered! You can now feel like one big family. 👨👩👧👦
As you've probably noticed already, we've made a slight redesign on the Team tab, preparing for the upcoming Organization support. We'd like to highlight a few noteworthy improvements, so you wouldn't miss a thing. Get rid of those email notifications 🙈
Do you fancy editing your bitrise.yml sometimes, beside using the Workflow Editor? We have great news for you then, because we pimped the hell out of the .yml editor, using the great ACE editor.
We partnered up with Xamarin to bring the joy of build automation to even more people. Our goal is to be the go-to CI solution for everyone developing mobile apps. We went the extra mile to create a comfortable, compact platform for you which integrates with Xamarin's best features.
Changing the pricing is always a difficult step, but a step we wanted to make nevertheless, since we felt that there is not enough flexibility in our current one and we wanted to make the upgrade process a bit more joyful.
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