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Tiny Flutter: The future of Dart & Flutter on small devices?

Dart recently added experimental support for the new RISC-V CPU architecture and the first boards with these new chips are now starting to be available. One of these is the Sipeed Lichee D1, a RaspberryPi type device that is able to run Linux and Dart. At the same time, tiny but very cheap OLED screens are showing up in all sorts of devices, from soldering irons to high end music synthesizers. But what does it mean for Flutter and its mission "Beautiful apps for every screen" when the screen is 1 inch with a resolution of 128x64? Is that even possible? In this talk I'll cover how to get Dart running on one of these boards, how to use these tiny screens from Dart and what parts of Flutter can help with using screens this small.

CircleCI Vs Travis CI: Which is the Best CI/CD Tool?

Today, CI/CD tools have become an inherent aspect of DevOps testing. There are various CI/CD tools available in the market, and finding the right one could be tedious. However, only a few CI/CD tools offer the entire continuous integration and deployment system. Leading among those few are CircleCI and Travis CI. To assist you in selecting the best CI/CD solutions, we present an in-depth CircleCI vs Travis CI comparison.


CI/CD test automation: How to release fast, with confidence

If you’ve got an agile team interested in shipping fast without breaking things, this post is for you. In this piece, I’m going to explain how we at Rainforest QA approach automated testing in a continuous integration / continuous delivery (CI/CD) pipeline, with a focus on end-to-end (e2e) functional testing. The aim of our testing and other DevOps methodologies is to maintain a healthy balance between speed and product quality.


GitLab vs Jenkins - Which CI/CD tool should you choose?

Many changes keep happening in software daily, especially when it is big, like Netflix, Amazon, Facebook, etc. Such software contains a lot of modules, and there are different teams working on them that might never know each other’s names. But they still affect the same software even if they do in different ways. Along with working on features and enhancements, some people work on bugs and regularly rectify them to integrate the new code.


Introducing the official Codemagic integration for Runway

Codemagic is now officially integrated with Runway, the DevOps platform for mobile. But wait, you might be wondering, isn’t Codemagic already that as a CI/CD for mobile? Aren’t the two services interchangeable? In fact, it’s quite the opposite — they’re powerfully complementary.


Analyzing Maven and Jenkins: Knowing the Best of the CI Tools

CI/CD stands for Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery. It is an automated process of integrating code from multiple developers, testing it quickly and continuously, and delivering it to customers on demand. It is part of modern software development techniques which keep track of all the changes made by different developers and helps prevent breaking changes from being deployed.