Weekly Community Roundup: July 3 – 10

Check out what's been going on in the Bitrise community this week!

Welcome back to another one of our Weekly Community Roundups! This week could be safely called The Week of the Articles — we saw a whopping 5 pieces about Bitrise, with, of course, a nice assortment of other tweets to go with them. Let’s take a look at what's been happening.

Articles of the week

Our first article of the week comes from Shigehiro Soejima, who wrote a guide about handling google_services.json through Bitrise. Thank you for putting this together, Shigehiro.

Our next article comes from Sadashi Ota, who wrote a walkthrough about using Bitrise, Danger, Jacoco, and Codecov when it comes to Android projects. We appreciate you putting all this effort into it, Sadashi — thank you.

Next up, we have a piece about enabling two factor authentication when wanting to upload to App Store Connect by AnzNetJP. Thank you for taking the time to do this.

Our next article comes from Andrés, and is titled “Publish Android App to Google Play Store using Bitrise and GPP”. Great piece, Andrés — keep up the good work!

Last but not least, we have an article from Yasuo Nakagawa over at Sansan, who wrote about CI/CD in general, how their company uses CI/CD —in particular, Bitrise! Thank you for this article, Yasuo.

Tweets of the week

Our first tweet of the week comes from Frank Tamre, who snapped a great photo of himself with our booth and our colleague, Linda, over at DroidCon Berlin. Hope you had a great time, Frank.

Our next tweet comes from no other than Ktanaka117, who we all know from that one bathroom-related tweet — one of our colleagues, Sakura, paid Ktanaka117 and his company a visit, and brought some new, sakura-themed stickers as a gift, which apparently were a hit. We're glad you like them, Ktanaka117 — and even more glad we can actively contribute to your bathroom breaks. 😌

We also saw a mention from the Mikiest Mike, who tweeted in response to Raul Portales' post about the CI services he uses. Mike mentioned that he uses Bitrise, and that it's pretty convenient to have a free plan for personal projects — we glad you like the platform, Mike. We're looking forward to hearing more about what you think about Bitrise.

Next up, we have two recommendations: one from Sneh Pandya, and another one from Gaurav Bhatnagar, both of whom recommended us to Mayuri Khinvasara as their CI/CD solution of choice. We're so glad we can help you with your projects — keep up the good work, the both of you!

Next, we have a tweet from Łukasz Wiśniewski, who we paid a visit to while we were in DroidCon Berlin. As Łukasz put it, we're a CI/CD service they've been "joyfully using for a while now". We're glad we had the chance to meet you — thanks for your kind words, and hope you made good use of that bottle of Unicum.

Moataz Nabil also tweeted about Bitrise this week about successfully creating a Slack command to trigger Bitrise builds. Great job, Moataz — we're always happy to see you using the platform in all these creative ways.

We also saw a tweet from Stefan Herold, who replied to a picture of the Hacking With Swift Live poster we're handing out in Bath. We'll actually have a couple of opportunities in the future to win some of the posters we have left over from conferences — stay tuned for more info on this! 😉

Daniel Leivers was another one of our fans who visited us in Bath, and tweeted about our "ace" service and cool stickers. We're so happy you're having a great time with Bitrise, and that you like our stickers, Daniel — cheers!

Next up, we have a tweet from Yaminoma_tw, who, for some reason, is not able to use us at the moment, but deeply misses doing so, and the platform itself. We're not sure what the situation is, Yaminoma_tw, but one thing is for certain — we'd always be glad to have you back, so if we can help in any way, let us know, and we'll make things happen.

Bitriseが恋しくなってきた。iOSならBitriseド安定。— メテオさん (@yaminoma_tw) July 3, 2019

Last but not least, Sagar Bhavsar tweeted out one of our favorite phrases to hear, wherever it may be — "Bitrise is good". We're glad you think so, Sagar — thanks!


Before we go, we also wanted to thank some of the others who mentioned us during the week. Whether it's just a few words passing by, or a lengthy discussion, we always appreciate it. Thanks, folks!

@Bulker_tw

@Riz_107

@seleniumjp

@Jeferex

@_kwzr_

@masashimizuno

@kyo_nanba

@Fumiya_Kume

@hamen

That’s it for this week’s roundup, everyone. 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, and you might see yourself in our next set of highlights. Until then — happy building!

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