It’s time for another Weekly Community Roundup! We saw quite a lot of articles this week, as well as a lot of tweets — including a ton about our Xcode 11 beta support release. Let’s take a look at what’s been going on during the week of our AltConf trip.
Articles of the week
Our first article of the week comes from Yoppie, and is about using Android Lint through Bitrise. We appreciate you putting this together, Yoppie.
Our next article comes from Tarumzu, and is about running Danger and Ktlint on Bitrise. Thanks for the piece, Tarumzu.
Our last article comes from Nash, who wrote about running Bitrise builds in parallel. Thank you for the work you put into this!
書いた / 1件のコメント https://t.co/pBLIC2gcVV “Bitrise: Repository で bitrise.yml を管理している場合の Bitrise Start Build による workflow の並列実行を行う - nashcft's blog” (1 user) https://t.co/mgPtDV7245— nash (@nashcft) June 8, 2019
Tweets of the week
Our first tweet of the week comes from Kyle Newsome, who, in response to one of our ads, has shared his love for the platform, saying it’s “always a pleasure to use". Thanks for the kind words, Kyle!
Always a pleasure to use https://t.co/XQPuuxEiQu— Kyle Newsome (@kylnew) June 4, 2019
Next up, we saw a pair of tweets from Jason Atwood and Stefan Herold. Jason shared a screenshot of our new test report screen, and complimented us on it — and Stefan joined in, saying that it “looks amazing”. Thanks, the both of you — we’re really glad you like it!
Wow this looks amazing!!!— Stefan Herold @WWDC (@Blackjacxxx) June 5, 2019
We also saw a tweet from Andy Woerner, who talked about staying and expanding on Bitrise in light of some current industry events. We’re happy to see you staying, Andy — let us know if there’s anything we can help with.
No news regarding @buddybuild at #WWDC19 - staying and even expanding on @bitrise pic.twitter.com/V1w5qrmpSJ— Andy Woerner (@h4x0r1) June 6, 2019
Next up, we have a tweet from Tarumzu, who gave a shoutout to Bitrise DOCS, and talked about the possibility of users contributing to the translation process of our documents. We really appreciate it, Tarumzu — cheers!
未翻訳のページも多いからコントリビュートし放題！https://t.co/Ii3kiMksPN— たる@6月からﾌﾘｰﾗﾝｽ時短勤務で療養中 (@tarumzu) June 7, 2019
We had another Test Report appreciation tweet, this time from Diogo Miranda, who shared our blog post for the release as well. We hope you’ll be happy with how it turned out, Diogo.
The cool new Test Reports feature on Bitrise is here | #bitrise
All your test reports in one place? Check. Check it out!
https://t.co/obCORJrahU— Diogo Miranda (@diogo___miranda) June 6, 2019
Next, we have a tweet from Aaron Wardle, who had just taken a look at Bitrise for the first time, and is “impressed so far”. Happy building, Aaron — let us know how it goes!
Finally taken a look into @bitrise and impressed so far and managed to crack automated deploy builds 🥳 pic.twitter.com/DI0s0ArP7A— Aaron Wardle (@AaronWardle) June 8, 2019
We also saw another Test Report tweet by Saurabh Arora, who really liked the add-on as well — you’re awesome, Saurabh! Keep up the good work.
The test report add-on by @bitrise is 🔥. You guys are awesome!#AndroidDev— Saurabh Arora (@saurabh_arora90) June 8, 2019
Next up, we have another pair of tweets, this time from Lisa Dziuba and Sreejith. Lisa shared some great news: her team is about to start using Bitrise, and she recommended everyone else who is looking for similar solutions to do the same. Sreejith jumped in with some additinal testimony in the replies to the thread. In his words, "Can confirm. We’ve been using it for a while now and it’s great. Integration was super easy and seamless".
Can confirm. We’ve been using it for a while now and it’s great. Integration was super easy and seamless.— Sreejith (@srjthn) June 8, 2019
We also saw a tweet from Harumi, who, in response to our summer Japanese writing program, decided to write some articles about us. We’re looking forward to it, Harumi — let us know when you’ve published something, and we’ll help spread the word.
書くか🥕 https://t.co/XggUW2sa18— harumi (@u11238123) June 3, 2019
Yamashita, one of our highlighted people from last week, also tweeted about us this week, as well. He said we’re pretty much cool beans, and which is always an amazing thing to hear. Keep up the good work, Yamashita.
Bitriseマメですごい🤖— Yamshta (@yamshta) June 4, 2019
Next, we have a tweet from Nash, who, in our opinion, summarized the Bitrise experience pretty well: all you have to do is create a project, configure some basic things, and you’re good to go, thanks to the amazing GUI. Cheers, Nash!
Bitrise を使う時は全てGUIで設定して Bitrise の考えるディレクトリ構成でプロジェクトを作って臨みましょう、以上— nash (@nashcft) June 9, 2019
We have to admit — sometimes, we get a few tweets that are a bit on the weird side. For instance, from what we understand, Gin0606 has had such a lovely time starting out with Bitrise, that he may have gotten a little bit... too excited by all the many possibilities the platform holds. We’re thrilled to hear so, Gin0606 — a bit confused, maybe concerned, but definitely thrilled.
Bitrise を初めて使ってるんだけど、なんかモゾモゾする……。— 銀の人。 (@gin0606) June 5, 2019
Last but not least, we wanted to do a quick round-up of our favorite tweets about our Xcode 11 support release. There were quite a few out there, so for everyone who talked about us in regards to this, we wanted to thank you — we appreciate your enthusiasm, and hope we can continue to support you with fast releases such as this one.
BitriseもうXcode11 betaに対応してた 早い— Yamshta (@yamshta) June 7, 2019
@bitrise 🐂🍺 pic.twitter.com/Ko5TmPBoxA— Apollo | Zhiyu Zhu 🎓 (@zhuzhiyu_) June 7, 2019
Ha! @Bitrise already has Xcode 11 support on their systems – good job, folks! #WWDC19
— Paul Hudson (@twostraws) June 7, 2019
bitrise xcode11対応早い— クビゴン (@kubiogon) June 7, 2019
Time to create Xcode11 branch for my projects! https://t.co/goQMtRe9ph— Shams Ahmed (@shams5035) June 7, 2019
The biggest released thing is @bitrise already has Xcode 11 beta support. That's awesome😎
— Daiki Matsudate (@d_date) June 7, 2019
Awesome!!!! https://t.co/9U1Ri3drWj— かっくん@iOSエンジニア (@fromkk) June 7, 2019
I’m not surprised — but @bitrise already supports Xcode 11 and Swift 5.1, mere days after the keynote! 🎉🛠
As you may know, Bitrise is my favorite Continuous Integration service, and I’m also super happy to have them sponsor my #WWDC19 content 😀https://t.co/kueh6D17QJ— John Sundell (@johnsundell) June 7, 2019
Bitrise already supporting Xcode 11 Beta. https://t.co/fHYDFeoXMw #iOS #Xcode #swift— Tyler Moeller (@Tyler_Moeller) June 7, 2019
Bitrise、もうXcode 11を選択できるようになったんや— [email protected]そらかぜ (@itokjp) June 8, 2019
Thanks @bitrise for being so fast with #Xcode11 and letting me integrate the bleeding edge #Swift stuff already during #DubDub #WWDC19 🙏— Stefan Herold @WWDC (@Blackjacxxx) June 8, 2019
Maybe I’ll have to look into switching to @bitrise from @CircleCI. I haven’t seen any updates about this from @CircleCI... such a bummer... https://t.co/vl4xIbBXg4— Charlie Fish (@char_fish) June 8, 2019
As our last tweet of the week, we wanted to share a very special post: one that came from the lovely people at AltConf, and had a picture of both our booth and our "awesome posters" as well. We really appreciate it, folks — we had an amazing time, and hope we'll have the chance to do it again in the future.
Come and meet the @bitrise team @AltConference - you can’t miss them! (Also they have awesome posters) #weloveoursponsors #bitrise #AltConf19 pic.twitter.com/GVrIG4TIlz— AltConf (@AltConference) June 4, 2019
Of course, we also want to thank everyone else who talked about Bitrise during the week, too. Cheers!
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!