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Continuous Performance Testing in CI Pipelines: CircleCI

With over 50,000 active organizations and 250 million workflows, CircleCI is one of the most popular networked CI platforms. When getting started with CI pipelines, teams typically want to ensure that code will compile, pass unit tests, and build a container image. After catching these low hanging fruit of syntax errors, engineering teams need to dig much further to find business logic and scalability errors.

Updating your dependencies for M1 Macs and CI/CD

TL;DR: This article covers how to update dependencies for Homebrew, CocoaPods, Carthage, Ruby, and more if you are using M1 Macs. However, for the M1 Mac minis available on Codemagic, you don’t have to do anything described in this article — everything is already preinstalled and preconfigured, so you can just use them right away.

UDO Games: With Codemagic everyone can trigger a build

UDO Games is a mobile game studio founded in Turkey in 2013. It is one of the oldest gaming companies in Ankara. Over the course of years, UDO Games has worked on hundreds of games and launched dozens of hit titles with well-known publishers. More than 70 million players have played hyper-casual games created by the studio.

What's new on Google I/O 2022 for developers: Key announcements

Sundar Pichai starts the Keynote by emphasizing Google’s mission to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful. New software features were announced, ranging from updates to Google Translate and Maps, and automated summarisation in Google Docs and Meet, all the way to the amazing Multisearch feature, to focusing more on inclusivity and equality with Google’s software, to emphasis on the security, and to multi-device experiences.

How to set up SonarQube and integrate it with Codemagic

SonarQube by SonarSource is the leading tool for continuously inspecting the code quality and security of your codebase and guiding development teams during code reviews. It is an open-source tool that has support for 29 programming languages as of the time of writing this article, and the number is growing. SonarQube’s key features include.

How to release your Flutter app to App Center for beta testing

Sharing your application with real users in real environments before your app goes live has to be one of the most exciting stages of app development. You get to release your application to targeted users to test and uncover bugs in your app — in other words, to beta test it. Speed and automation are critical factors when releasing your app to beta testers.

Multi-flavored authentication in Flutter using flutter_bloc

In this tutorial, we will learn the definitions of the different stages of production and their importance in development. We will also cover how to use different Firebase configurations in various environments. Additionally, we will learn about bloc widgets and what they do while managing our state in our Flutter application.

Migrating your iOS projects and CI/CD to M1 Macs

Apple silicon processors are a revolution in the world of desktop CPUs. The transition from Intel’s x86_64 architecture to Apple’s arm64 was quite smooth for the consumers thanks to the Rosetta 2 emulator, which allows translation of x86_64 commands to arm64 without a significant loss in performance.

My experience with Flutter as an Android developer + how to get started

This is a story about how I switched from Android development to Flutter. About 10 years ago, I created my first Android application. I worked for a company that focused on mobile development — iOS and Android. For me, Android development was the obvious choice. I liked Java more than Objective-C, and in general, Android was more affordable. However, mobile development has changed a lot over the years. There are so many new languages, technologies, and architectures.