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 of our podcast, Mobile DevOps is a thing! we’re focusing on the challenges of building mobile apps in the strictly regulated banking industry, featuring Adam Law, Principal Engineer at NatWest.
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 just updated our Linux environments from vCPU 2-4-8 machines to vCPU 4-8-16 respectively but the credit multipliers remain the same. This price/performance boost means accelerated build times, and shorter release cycles so Android teams can ship quality apps, 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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A proper onboarding strategy featuring a standard set of processes and tools increases employee retention rates, improves job performance, and creates a happier workforce. In this short guide, we'll look at how poor onboarding experiences can adversely affect mobile development teams, as well as some engineering-specific tips to design great onboarding processes for your prospective mobile developers.
It's a common belief that within the quality, cost, and speed triangle, only two elements can be optimized for. But is this true? I'll show you why quality is non-negotiable, and how Bitrise helps mobile teams get the balance right.
In this article, I'll walk you through the differences between self-hosted CI/CD and cloud-based CI/CD (like Bitrise!) and show you why it's time to move into the cloud.
In this blog post, Bitrise’s CTO and co-founder Viktor Benei and VP of Engineering Gergely Hodicska share their insights about how we approach metrics, performance, and success in our engineering teams.
Over the last few weeks and the last days specifically, we've experienced queues on our Xcode stacks that have lead to delays in builds kicking off for certain time-zones. This is what's been going on and what steps we've taken to resolve the issue
Caching Gradle dependencies might decrease build times. Give it a try if you haven't already.
Issue also known as “It works on my Mac/PC but not on bitrise.io”. Be like Sherlock and investigate using Bitrise CTO Viktor Benei's guide. 🕵
Do you want to run a custom script in your builds or do you want to experiment with things you just found on the DevCenter, but would love to make the process faster? Read Bitrise CTO Viktor Benei's guide.
Yes, you read that right! We finally managed to complete the migration and update of the DevCenter, something we had in works for quite some time now. The new DevCenter is completely open source , you can find its source code on GitHub .
Xcode 8.1 (final) is now available, and it's installed on macOS Sierra (10.12.1)! 🎉
If you tried to migrate to Xcode 8 and your build started to fail while you can build it locally, there's a great chance that this is caused by the code signing changes introduces in Xcode 8. Read what you have to do to fix it!
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