Bitrise

Budapest, Hungary
2014
Nov 28, 2022   |  By Amy Tom
Bitrise is excited to introduce the new Repeato Verified Step. Repeato uses computer vision and machine learning to help mobile teams automate robust UI tests — even without coding skills.
Nov 21, 2022   |  By Amy Tom
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.
Nov 17, 2022   |  By Moataz Nabil
A hands-on guide to help you to get started with Appium 2.0, the new features, and how to install and use it locally or on Bitrise.
Nov 14, 2022   |  By Amy Tom
When it comes to apps and mobile engineering, ignoring people with disabilities can mean alienating 15% of your potential user base. In this article, learn about tangible solutions to address mobile app accessibility.
Nov 7, 2022   |  By Moataz Nabil
Flutter is a native experience with a single codebase for both iOS and Android — learn how to become a better Flutter developer with these resources.
Nov 1, 2022   |  By Amy Tom
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.
Oct 27, 2022   |  By Moataz Nabil
We discuss in detail how developers can reduce app size by compressing images, removing unused resources, and optimizing their APK and IPA files for different types of devices.
Oct 17, 2022   |  By Amy Tom
Mobile teams need to consider these four things to ensure they are measuring and managing code quality. Because at the end of the day, good code is clean and well-managed code.
Oct 13, 2022   |  By Madré Roothman
Bitrise acquires Flare.Build. By adapting Flare.Build’s advanced caching and CDN technology to tools beyond Bazel, Bitrise can speed up feedback loops, iterate faster, and multiply app build performance by up to 10x.
Oct 12, 2022   |  By Moataz Nabil
Introducing Bitrise sample apps: you can now get started on Bitrise without the need to connect your own app.
Nov 16, 2022   |  By Bitrise
How can you develop more secure iOS apps? In this presentation, Bitrise Developer Advocate Moataz Nabil shares the best practices for injecting security into the CI/CD pipeline. Build better mobile applications, faster! Automate and accelerate with Bitrise's Mobile DevOps Platform, featuring industry-leading mobile CI/CD.
Aug 11, 2022   |  By Bitrise
​​The term “DevOps” has been thrown around a lot in the software development world. AWS describes it as a combination of philosophies, practices, and tools that help deliver apps and services effectively and efficiently. ‍Mobile DevOps falls under that DevOps umbrella, and it requires a different approach because of the agile nature of mobile development. If you narrow it down even further, you’ll arrive at our main topic, Android DevOps.
Jul 29, 2022   |  By Bitrise
Learn how to release better and more secure finance apps rapidly, by applying security measures and moving to shift-left testing in the DevOps cycles. Thank you for watching! Please feel free to comment your thoughts below. Build better mobile applications, faster! Save time, money, and developer frustration with fast, flexible, and scalable mobile CI/CD that just works.
Jul 29, 2022   |  By Bitrise
Do you ever just want to… speed up your builds? In an effort to continuously improve build speed on Bitrise, we’ve just introduced Built Pipelines in open beta so now you can build and test in parallel. Watch this webinar + Q&A to learn about the new feature, how to leverage it, and get the answers to the questions you may have. Thank you for watching! Please feel free to comment your thoughts below.
Jul 6, 2022   |  By Bitrise
Build Insights is a monitoring tool that provides you a convenient means to check in on your build performance and track accompanying metrics. With a quick scan, you can see how all your apps and workflows are doing. If something doesn't look right, drill in for more details to understand where the problem is on app, Workflow, and Step level. Thank you for watching! Please feel free to comment your thoughts below.
Jun 29, 2022   |  By Bitrise
Apple silicon in the cloud, built for continuous integration and delivery. Fully virtualized, scalable from zero to dozens of concurrencies in seconds, and faster than ever. Open beta available to everyone on Bitrise, today. Thank you for watching! Please feel free to comment your thoughts below. Build better mobile applications, faster! Save time, money, and developer frustration with fast, flexible, and scalable mobile CI/CD that just works.
Jun 29, 2022   |  By Bitrise
Angie Jones worked as Head of Developer Relations at Applitools, a new generation test automation platform powered by visual AI. On top of that, she is the founder and Executive Director of Test Automation University. She’s previously worked as a Senior Software Developer at Twitter and regularly gives talks about Javascript, software development, and testing best practices.
Jun 28, 2022   |  By Bitrise
Russell Stephens was the Mobile Infrastructure Lead at Compass, a company that builds software for real estate agents. They have two tracks for mobile developers: feature-based roles for helping the product teams iterate on specific feature sets and a dedicated team for mobile infrastructure, where developers are responsible for maintaining and iterating on the mobile platform.
Jun 28, 2022   |  By Bitrise
In this episode, we talked about all aspects of app security: the benefits of integrating end-to-end security checks, zero knowledge and zero trust architectures, and cryptography best practices. We’ve seen in the past few years that DevSecOps is on the rise and sophisticated mobile teams take app security very seriously. However, there’s still a large gap between these teams and those who take it less seriously, and often see security as the necessary evil.
Jun 28, 2022   |  By Bitrise
Rasmus is the Product Strategy Director at Pulselive, a Sony company that has been crafting digital experiences to connect teams, leagues, and sports federations to their fans for over a decade. The mobile team’s main motivation is to continuously build the best possible sports apps with the best UI, the best UX, built on the best code. They are doing all these things for an impressive list of clients, including AFL, Premier League, or Liverpool FC.

Bitrise is a Continuous Integration and Delivery (CI/CD) Platform as a Service (PaaS) with a main focus on mobile app development. It saves developers hours every day by automating tasks that are boring and repetitive from the moment they finish coding till the app lands in an app store. These tasks include unit tests, distributing apps to testers and submitting apps to stores automatically.

Thanks to its open source library with 180+ integrations, developers can seamlessly connect all the tools they love and use for testing, distribution, notification and more. The former Y Combinator startup has already raised over $3.5M and became the choice of mobile CI/CD platform of companies like InVision, Mapbox and Duolingo.

Features you must love:

  • Automatic code signing: We know that iOS code signing is a pain. Connect your Apple Developer Account and let us handle your profiles. Just set the export method and you’re good to go, no messing about.
  • Bitrise deployment: Bitrise integrates with all the major third party beta testing and deployment services, but we wanted to provide an integrated solution to help you distribute your apps to your testers without the need of registering yet another account after signing up to Bitrise.
  • Support by devs for devs: We don’t just have a support staff, we have engineers, and you can talk to them whenever you want. Provided they aren’t on a space walk or having tea with a Klingon (i.e. virtually always!)
  • Smart caching done fast: Bitrise automatically configures caching right at project setup for all your dependencies. Adding source code or derived data caching is only a few clicks so you could go out bragging about your superfast build times.
  • Security with no compromise: Every build runs on its own virtual machine, and all data is discarded at the end of the build. We also hired sharks with laser beams on their head, just in case. Click for our detailed security policy.
  • Fast and reliable emulators: Run your Android UI tests on solid and snappy virtual devices. Bitrise fully integrates with Firebase Test Lab, showing your test reports with videos and screenshots right on the build’s page.

Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery for mobile apps.