Welcome back to another weekly roundup, folks! Fall is here, and so are some great tweets and articles — let's check out what we have in store this time, shall we?
Articles of the week
Our first article of the week comes from Matteo Danelli from our Writers’ Program. After covering the basics of publishing an Android app, Matteo now put together an article for iOS as well — amazing job, as always, Matteo. Thanks for submitting this!
Next up, we have a follow-up from last week: Hafsal Rahman’s Bitrise + Fastlane step-by-step guides continue, with parts 4, 5, and 6. Hafsal, we really appreciate these pieces — hope to see you in the Writers’ Program as well.
We also saw a promise fulfilled from last week: Tatsuya Yamamoto, a.k.a ta__ta01, posted the article he mentioned he wanted to write, which is about using Bitrise, and all the things he has learned through his work with the platform. We absolutely love it, Tatsuya. It would be great to have you over at the Writers' Program as well (we saw your other tweet, and just to let you know, users who submit a new article to the program get a swag package... which does include a t-shirt 😉)!
Last but not least, we wanted to share a deck made by Satoshi Baba, for his presentation over at CI/CD Test Night. Satoshi talked about some of the nuisances he encountered while working with Bitrise — and provided solutions for them, giving some neat advice on how to maintain your setup. Thank you for holding this presentation, Satoshi — if you're interested, we'd love to have you over at our Speakers' Program.
Tweets of the week
First up is m_TwT, who went to CI/CD Test Night, and liked what she saw out of Bitrise so much, she decided that she wants to start working with it. That’s great news, Saori — we’d love to have you on board! Let us know if there’s anything we can do to help.
Next up is _ykkc, who also went to the event, and noted that everyone around seems to love Bitrise. That’s great to hear — hope you had an amazing time there as well!
What's more, there were people who specifically wanted to hear about us in the first place — so was it with Mihiro0614. Hope you had a blast!
Our next tweet comes from Yuya, a.k.a. nnsnodnb, who, not so long ago, tweeted about how much he wished he could use Bitrise at work as well — and looks like through some cunning t-shirt advertisement, he may have managed to get his wish! That's great to hear, Yuya — we really appreciate you loving the platform so much that you would go to such lengths. Cheers!
Bitrise Tシャツを着て Bitrise 宣伝したら Bitrise を使うことに決定した— 小泉ひやかし⛵️先天性左眼眼球癆 (@nnsnodnb) October 3, 2019
We also saw a tweet from Daniel Saidi, who just started having some breakthroughs after a few rough starts. We’re happy to hear everything’s going well now, Daniel! If there’s anything we can do to help out, just ping us through any of our availabilities, and we’ll be right with you.
Finally migrated all our private repositories to SPM, all running on Bitrise. Had some initial problems with Fastlane and Bitrise, but now everything works great. I will write a blog post about this once today's hack day is done.— Daniel Saidi (@danielsaidi) October 3, 2019
As a follow-up to Daniel’s tweet, we saw a reply from Viktor Nyblom, who applauded the good news as well, and said he keeps “falling in love with Bitrise”. We’re going to be honest here — that’s what every young CI/CD solution wants to hear, so we basically turned into mush reading that.
Very nice! I keep falling in love with @bitrise— Viktor Nyblom (@Qw4z1) October 3, 2019
Next up is a tweet by Ernesto, who gave us a quick look at how they release their iOS apps at DistilledSCH using Bitrise and Fastlane. That’s a neat shortcut setup you have going there, Ernesto —thanks for sharing this with the community, and keep up the good work!
Our next one comes from Takahiro Ikeuchi, who just recently started using Bitrise at his company, and felt it to be pretty great. We’re glad to hear, Takahiro — keep us posted on what you think going forward.
最近 @bitrise で（弊社のメンバーが）Flutter の CI 構築しはじめてるけどとても良さそうな感触。— Takahiro Ikeuchi (@iktakahiro) October 5, 2019
We did see some love for Xcode releases too, of course — Yutaro Muta tweeted about the new beta version already being out. We aim to be as quick as the wind! Hope all your projects are going great, Yutaro.
Bitrise Xcode 11.2 betaもう使えるようになってる https://t.co/knT8o3srSg— Yutaro Muta (@yutailang0119) October 7, 2019
Next is Kangyoosam, who, in response to last week’s Community Roundup, commented on how motivating it can be to have our users’ mentions appreciated like this. We are so glad you liked it, and we’re definitely happy that we can motivate our users to learn more about the platform, and share all their experiences with others in the developer community.
これはモチベーションになる！良い施策だ。。https://t.co/IebYyLD4dv— かん / ワンディー株式会社 VPoE (@kangyoosam) October 7, 2019
Last but not least, we have a tweet from Jordan C. who was just over at FrenchKit, a conference we're attending this week. To quote Jordan, Bitrise is a "nice and easy CI/CD cloud solution for mobile apps". Thank you for your kind words, Jordan — happy to hear you're buzzed about our upcoming features as well!
Incoming : private cloud, monitoring, pay as you use Bill, ... 👌— Jordan C. (@Yupjoo) October 8, 2019
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, or join our Writers' and Speakers' programs, and you might see yourself in our next set of highlights. Until then — happy building!