Welcome to another one of our Community Roundups, folks! Looks like summer really kicked in with all the heat, so we thought we’d bring you some refreshments in the form of some tweets and articles. Let’s see what we have this time!
Guides and articles
Our featured article this time comes from Endy N. Hardy, and is titled "Configuring Env Vars for React Native Apps on Bitrise". Thank you for this amazing piece, Endy — we really appreciate it.
Tweets and mentions
Our first few tweets come from all the lovely folks from our last Roundup, who tweeted about being included — thank you all for being so enthusiastic, and thank you for all the nice words. Looking forward to your future mentions and articles! 🎉
Errors aren’t the best thing to see, but every service runs into a bit of a pickle sometimes. When you do, it’s always best to have a really cute error message to lighten the mood a bit. Thank you for sharing these, Tomoya. Glad you like them.
Next up is a tweet by Nick, who gave our Elite plan a shoutout for being so awesome. Use those horsepowers to the fullest, Nick — so happy to see you’re having a great time with the platform.
Next up is a thread started by Ivan Morgillo, who talked about just how much he misses working with the platform — we’re sorry to hear that times are a bit different now, but hope we get to welcome you back in the future, with even more convenient features than before.
But that’s not all — Ivan’s tweet also prompted Andrew Lord, Bruno Aybar, Erik Hellman, Torstein Skulbru, and Walmyr Carvalho and to speak a bit more about Bitrise — and we’re delighted to see just how happy they are with the service. What’s more, all this talk about how awesome Bitrise is prompted some folks like Javier Mendonça to also take a look at us, so we’re even more grateful for everyone and their compliments. Thank you, everyone — and hope to see you on board, Javier!
That depends a bit. Their usage with SSO + VPN gave us some pain here, but overall is a very nice experience indeed! 😊— Walmyr Carvalho 🤖⚡️ (@walmyrcarvalho) July 21, 2020
Next up is a tweet from Niklas, who talked about how much Bitrise allowing remote access helped with a problem he had. Glad to be of service Niklas. Thanks for using Bitrise.
Next up is a thread by Atef Etman, who posted a picture of a job well done, and immediately got asked about what he’s using. Why, just a really cool mobile-specific CI/CD service, of course! Hope your project is going well, Atef, and thank you for using Bitrise.
You know, Deniss might be right on this one: it’s not an ad, cause it’s way better than an ad. 😉 Real-life testimonials like this mean a world to us, and we’re really happy to hear just how satisfied you are with the platform, Deniss. Thank you so much for sharing this with us.
Some of you may already know, but we’ve also started doing a Japanese version of this Roundup — Moment_1102 also realized he’s been featured there as well, and tweeted about how awesome it was. Thank you again for being a fan of the platform.
This one comes from Rick Manelius, whose team celebrated a new milestone: 3000 builds on Bitrise! Thank you so much for being with us all this time, and for your continued support. Looking forward to the next big milestone!
You know how that one Randy Newman song goes? Well, Tk25800, you’ve definitely got a friend in us. So glad you started using the platform — hope we get to hear more about the project and how you’re doing with it.
Yuya.N is another one of our newcomers, who also tweeted about how easy our workflows are to get started with, and to understand. Thrilled to have you on board, Yuya.
We were also mentioned in a conversation Luke Van In was having about internet speeds and automated CI systems. Sorry to hear that there are some hindering aspects right now, but hope they get better in the future. In the meantime, if there’s anything we can do to make things go even a bit faster, just let us know. 😉
That looks great. We're using @bitrise here for developer builds and it works great. Beta and production builds are still done manually for reasons which I am yet to understand.— firstname.lastname@example.org (@lukevanin) July 28, 2020
We also wanted to give a shoutout to a long-time fan, Mono, who pointed out some of the things Bitrise is really good at in some conversations regarding competitors in the past few days. Thank you for your continued support, and for the tweets.
Coincidentally, in two different threads, one by Fred Maia and one by Rafael Fragoso, both about what people use for React Native apps, we were really glad to see the same answers from Alvaro Viebrantz and Rafael Câmara — Bitrise! Well, many people believe coincidences don’t exist, so it seems like there might be something to their answers. 🚀 Thank you, folks, for the shoutouts!
Peace of mind is invaluable when it comes to things like mobile app development — which is exactly why it’s so important that peace of mind is the first thing that came to Fu_nya’s mind after trying out how easy it is to get started with Bitrise. Thank you for the mention, and hope everything’s going well with your project.
Last but not least, another great recommendation, this time, coming from the pen of Chad Robinson, who mentioned us as his preferred MacOS/iOS cloud solution. The feeling’s mutual, Chad — we’re in great luck to have such awesome fans like you. Cheers, and hope you have a great weekend.
That’s it for this time, folks . If you have any great experiences or stories about using Bitrise, or would just love to share the progress you’re making on your current project with us, don't forget to do so on social media, or join our Writers' and Speakers' programs, and you might see yourself in our next set of highlights. Until then — happy building!