It’s time for another one of our Weekly Community Roundups! This past week, we broke new ground by hosting our first local meetup — but we also had some great social mentions as well. Let’s see what’s been going on in the Bitrise community.
Articles of the week
Our article of the week is a continuation of one that we’ve already seen a couple of weeks ago: part two of Nicolas Hodicq’s “How to setup a Flutter application with Bitrise". Again, we thank you for your work, Nicolas, and hope that we will see more articles from you in the future.
Tweets of the week
Our first tweet of the week comes from Gaurav Bhatnagar, who actually shared one of our picks from last week’s roundup, and noted that he loves “the developer friendly ecosystem of Bitrise”. Thanks, Gaurav — we try our best to provide the best service possible for everyone, as well as to support all the developers who honor us by choosing our platform. Hope to see your green builds in the future as well!
Next up, we have a tweet from Marc Palmer, who talked about the final touches he’s putting to the release of his current project, as well as how much he loves the speed of Bitrise when it comes to pull request turnarounds. Hope everything goes well, Marc — keep us posted!
We also saw a tweet from Tony Arnold this week, who recommended us as one of the main go-to CI tools when it comes to iOS and macOS projects. Thanks, Tony — we really appreciate it.
We also have a tweet this week that involves the best CI/CD tutorial series ever — our ASMR videos. Souki Aoba shared our ASMR iOS video, and said that he thought it was a fun idea. We’re glad you liked it, Souki.
We also saw a series of tweets from Ori Harel, who was looking for CI and testing solutions for React Native projects, where he actually mentioned having heard about Bitrise having such capabilities. You’re right, Ori — we definitely do. Hope you give the platform a shot — if you do, don’t forget to tell us what you think!
K0matatsu also shared a thought this week that really grabbed our attention: it roughly translates to “if you’re using Bitrise, you'll be done in a matter of seconds”. We’re glad we made such an impression, K0matatsu — here’s to many more fast builds and successful projects!
Last but not least, we have an Instagram post from Bence Bertalan, one of the lovely tech enthusiasts who joined us on our first meetup. As Bence put it: gorgeous office, awesome company, beer, pizza, and quiche. Paints a nice picture, doesn’t it? Well, we’re hoping we’ll see many of you at the next one, as well. Thanks for sharing this, Bence — and thanks for coming!
As always, we want to thank everyone else who mentioned us during the week, in any way, shape, or form. Cheers to all of you!
That’s it for this week, folks. Hope you’ve enjoyed this episode of our roundups as well — 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!