We talked to mobile engineers behind the top-rated PagBank app about how they keep up with scaling in a hyper-growth environment, how their workflows evolved after migrating from Jenkins to Bitrise, and the advice they’d give to other teams for optimizing CI processes.
We talked to cybersecurity expert Anastasiia Voitova about all things related to mobile app security: from the first and most important steps teams should take to prevent potential attacks to reaching a high level of DevSecOps maturity.
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 wanted to go further by bringing you another amazing Verified Step in collaboration with Huawei to make your life even easier. Introducing the Huawei AppGallery Connect Reports Step!
Apple recently wrapped up its WWDC 2021 keynote where they announced Xcode Cloud, a CI/CD tool that lets developers build, test, and deploy apps across Apple devices in the cloud. This is where you'll find our first impressions.
This time in our Behind the Scenes series, we are chatting with Zsófia Kothencz, Senior UX Researcher who tells us about her job, her daily challenges, and what it is like to be a woman working in tech.
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While there’s room for debate in what constitutes sufficient monitoring for a mobile app, it’s no question that if you wait long enough for users to report issues, then soon you will have no users.
Trace is our new mobile monitoring add-on that has been in public beta since late February. It is also available to you if you have a Bitrise account, so if you want to dive into it, here's where you should start.
On March 4, we joined 30+ organizations in their mission to improve the technology and processes related to shipping large-scale mobile apps as a part of the Mobile Native Foundation.
With the new App-Ray Step, you can scan your apps for vulnerabilities such as security issues, privacy breaches, and potential data leaks. Available on Bitrise now.
Over the past couple of months, we spent a lot of time on testing, refining, and improving the add-on with the help of our amazing beta testers, and now we are ready to open beta testing to the public! 🎉
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 2020 brought our way, shall we?
The first Verified Step of 2021 is already here: we are partnering up with Huawei as the first CI/CD solution to integrate with the AppGallery.
Now, as the Holiday season is just around the corner, we decided to take a trip down memory lane and collect what has changed in Bitrise since Last Christmas. 🎄
At the latest event in our BUG webinar series, we were joined by Wisdom Nwokocha, Alex Logan, and Vladimir Ivanov. Watch the webinar and read our short recap to learn what you need to do to get started with Bitrise. Spoiler alert: it’s very simple and fast.
Introducing the newest addition to our Verified Step library: DeviceFarmer, the first open-source Verified Step in Bitrise 🎉
Last week, we held a State of Swift webinar to talk about the recent iOS 14 announcements to best practices, challenges, and the community behind Swift.
Panelists from our State of Swift 2020 webinar share their favorite tips & tricks in Swift for you to try.
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