Weekly Community Roundup: October 9 – 16

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

Another week, another roundup! We saw a couple of new awesome step releases from our users, as well as some sweet tweets — let's check out what's been going on!

Goodies of the week

This week, we saw the release of a step by Adam Henry, titled “Send a message to Chatwork”. Amazing work, Adam — thanks for this!

We also saw the release of another step, this time, by IamThatAndrew. Andrew’s step can used for uploading the dSYMs from an iOS build to Firebase — and we saw that it’s already gaining some appreciation amongst fans. Thanks for your contribution, Andrew.

Here’s another great addition to this week’s goodies: Viktor Plézer released the Chrome extension version of his build status bar plugin. We know that many people already loved this with the OhMyZsversion, but we’re sure this is going to be just as popular. Cheers, Viktor!

I just released a Chrome extension which displays your @bitrise build's status in the Chrome tab's title, check . it out: https://t.co/11A5gsW8Gl— Viktor István Plézer (@viplezer) October 14, 2019

Tweets of the week

Our first tweet of the week comes from Alex Diakosvky, who just finished setting things up for a legacy app’s building and deployment — and found it to be pretty darn comfortable thanks to Bitrise. We’re so happy to hear that, Alex. Keep us posted on how things are going!

In the last week, I got both Android and iOS versions of a legacy app building and deploying to the stores (for the first time in over a year) with minimal fuss thanks to @bitrise🥳 On the way to decommissioning that old, physical build hardware 🙌— alex diakovsky (@alexdia25) October 9, 2019

Our second tweet comes from Krgpi, who talked about how much he loves our UI, which, in his opinion, is quite unique. That’s great to hear — hope you’re having fun using Bitrise.

bitriseのUIめっちゃ好きなんだけど、UIフレームワーク使ってない独自のやつなのかな— からあげ (@krgpi) October 13, 2019

Next up, we have a very special tweet — one about a forbidden love, and attraction that clearly can’t be ignored. Joking aside, we’re flattered, Minami — it means a lot to us that you like the platform so much (P.S.: call us).

Bitriseと相思相愛かもしれない♡— みなみ (@xxmmminminmmxx) October 10, 2019

Next is Toshi, who, while reading up on iOS Test Automation with the help of Tarappo's book, started setting up his Bitrise project, and after some initial bumps in the road, finished his build and distribution workflows. Congratulations, Toshi — we’re glad to have you on board. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact us.

iOSアプリ開発自動テストの教科書を読みながらBitriseの設定をして、エラーがでて四苦八苦したけど、ようやくビルドして自動で配布ができるようになった🎉 pic.twitter.com/2UJBHQ1viK— とし☆アプリ開発本を執筆中 (@toshi586014) October 13, 2019

We also saw one hell of a comment from Alex Piotrowski, who recommended using us over other services. Props for this, Alex! We're glad you like us so much.

i would recommend guessing https://t.co/FYkqqHe7MZ, i mean .io— Alex Piotrowski (@pelotasplus) October 13, 2019

We also saw some great tweets from Kobaken and Subroh_0508 at Mobile Crew Niigata, which happened last Friday. We hope you had fun — thanks for using the platform, folks!

長岡花火アプリはBitriseを採用してる #mcniigata— kobaken (@koba_dog_) October 11, 2019
BitriseでFirestoreにデータを書き込むためのステップを実行するために使ってるのかなるほど #mcniigata— kobaken (@koba_dog_) October 11, 2019
Bitriseのステップ、割といろんな事できるからこんな感じで事例紹介してもらえるとガンガンステップ作りたくなる( ˘ω˘) #mcniigata— [¥275,644]にしこりさぶろ〜 (@subroh_0508) October 11, 2019
BitriseでGithubのpushをトリガーにFirestoreのデータ更新をする、初めてみる事例だけどすごくよさそう #mcniigata— [¥275,644]にしこりさぶろ〜 (@subroh_0508) October 11, 2019

Next up is two tweets about a neat little setup featuring SwiftUI and Bitrise, coming form Eric Lewis. Seems great — thanks for sharing this with us, Eric. Keep up the good work!

SwiftUI + Bitrise pic.twitter.com/xBBEA9dko8— Eric Lewis (@ericlewis) October 15, 2019
This works pretty swell. I don’t really have any demo projects that I can show (work stuff) but it is phenomenal! There are a lot of features, but my favorite is the Mac app. Bitrise + SwiftUI. @bitrise pic.twitter.com/1IKGmcM4E2— Eric Lewis (@ericlewis) October 16, 2019

Last but not least, we have a tweet from Noppe, who tweeted about how Bitrise's business model seems like it's a good fit for a solo dev. That's great to hear — hope you're finding everything to your liking, Noppe!

@BitriseJ— noppe (@noppefoxwolf) October 14, 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!

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