Weekly Community Roundup: May 28 – June 4

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

It’s time for another Weekly Community Roundup! Things were quite busy this last week, with a lot of tweets and articles coming our way — let's take a look!

Articles of the week

Our first article of the week comes from Roana0229, who wrote about the automation setup Livesense has set up with Bitrise and Fastlane. Thank you for putting this together, Roana0229.

Our second article is about dealing with 2FA errors when uploading an iOS app by running Fastlane Pilot in Bitrise, and was written by Yamashita. We appreciate the work you put into this, Yamashita. Thanks!

Last but not least, we have an article from Narlei Moreira about automating deployment processes using Bitrise and Fastlane. Thanks for this, Narlei — cheers!

Tweets of the week

Our first tweet of the week comes from Cossack Labs, who shared a nice picture of their fridge magnet collection, with Bitrise smack in the middle of it all. We’re glad you like it — keep those builds green, folks!

Next up, we have a tweet from Nnsnodnb, who talked about just how much he appreciates the help he gets from Bitrise in his projects. We’re glad we can be of assistance.

Our next tweet is a recommendation from Graeme Houston, who mentioned us as a great CI/CD tool for front-end developers. Thanks for the recommendation, Graeme.

Next up, we have two tweets from Horie1024, who mentioned how convenient the platform is, as well as how useful the free plan can be for people. His tweet was also followed up by a reply by the_uhoii, who joined Horie1024 in saying how useful he found the platform to be. We want to thank both of you for your kind words — we’re happy to see you’re enjoying Bitrise so much.

Next up, we have a tweet from Paul Hudson, who announced our sponsorship for Hacking with Swift Live. Thanks for the shoutout, Paul!

We also wanted to include one of the replies to Paul’s aforementioned tweet, left by Tom Wolters. According to him, “Bitrise truly is the best CI solution for iOS projects”. We’re really happy you think so, Tom — we wish you many green builds to come.

Bitrise truly is the best CI solutionfor iOS projects!— Tom Wolters  (@Tom_Wolters) May 28, 2019

Next, we have a couple of tweets from Tarumzu, who talked about what a great experience he's having with Bitrise, the amazing reputation that Bitrise is gaining amongst developers, as well as how convenient the platform can be. Thanks, Tarumzu — we appreciate it.

We saw another set of recommendations, one from Ahmed Hamdy, and another from Robin Malhotra, both of whom listed us as a great option when Wilbert Lio was asking around for great CI/CD solutions for iOS apps. Thank you for recommending us, folks — we’re happy to see you like the platform so much.

Next up, we have a tweet from Acid_chicken, who also praised Bitrise for providing a free option to users. Cheers, Acid_chicken!

bitrise、OSS なら無料で macOS 使えるしそもそも速いので神— 硫​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​酸​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​鶏@バ先募 (@acid_chicken) May 30, 2019

Our next tweet comes from Codelyssa, who mentioned us as part of her #100DaysOfCode challenge. We’re glad we can be a part of your journey, Codelyssa, and hope the rest of the challenge goes well, too.

Day 7 - #100DaysOfCode

Finished up a design system and set up CI/CD for the iOS app with
@bitrise pic.twitter.com/72f5ecz83y— Real Ahh Rich Ahh Bih From Da Souf (@codelyssa) May 31, 2019

We also saw another recommendation, this time from James Montemagno, who included us as one of the options for John Kilmister, who was looking for a tool to help with cloud builds for iOS apps using Xamarin. As it turns out, John found us to be exactly what we needed, so we owe you a big thanks, James. As for John — let us know how it goes! We’re always happy to hear about our users projects and experiences.

Next up, we have a tweet from Tadayuki Onishi, in which he talked about how Bitrise has a good reputation when it comes to SAML authentication. Cheers!

Next, we have a tweet from Takuji31, who expressed his love for the platform by saying it’s “10 million times better” than other solutions. We're happy to hear you like it so much, Takuji31 — thanks!

We also saw a story from _mitsurun, who thanked us for the support he got when he was having some problems with configuring his setup. We try our best to help our users as soon as possible — hearing that it went so well is always warms our hearts.

Last but not least, we wanted to include a quick compilation of some our favorite tweets in relation to the Love_kotlin meetup that happened this week. We want to thank all of you for the mentions, and hope you had a great time.

Of course, we also want to give a quick shoutout to all the people who mentioned us in any way, shape, or form during the week. We really appreciate it, folks.



















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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