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Continuous Load Testing | A Developer's Guide

Continuous load testing is a powerful way of preparing for surges in traffic, without needing real users. Imagine you're a software engineer working on a website that's seen a recent surge in traffic. Despite initial testing indicating that the website should be capable of handling the increased load, the website crashes during peak hours. Load Testing is the process of simulating real-world usage of a website or application. The continuous version is when you integrate it into your development process as part of a CI/CD pipeline.


Xcode 14.3 Requires macOS Ventura. What does this mean for you and your Codemagic projects?

The latest version of Xcode 14.3 requires you to update your Mac to run macOS Ventura 13.0 or later. At the time of writing this article, Codemagic is already equipped with the most recent Xcode 14.3 Beta 3 and macOS Ventura 13.2.1, ensuring you the latest developement environment! Apple has already released three betas of Xcode 14.3, and the latest Xcode includes Swift 5.8 and SDKs for iOS 16.4, iPadOS 16.4, tvOS 16.4, watchOS 9.4, and macOS Ventura 13.3.


Shift Left with Multibranch Pipeline Using Argo Workflows

This blog is a follow-up to our earlier discussion of multibranch pipelines and how they can help streamline software development processes. There we explored the benefits of managing pipelines in the same repository as code and how that gives developers the ability to version their pipelines alongside their code, ensuring they remain in sync.


Data & Traffic Are Key to Kubernetes Preview Environments

Preview environments are temporary environments where developers can test code changes before deploying them to production, also called ephemeral environments, they’re temporary and should be discarded after testing changes. Carrying out tests using accurate data is a major challenge when creating and destroying environments. Put differently, you need realistic data and traffic in the preview environment to reflect the performance of code changes in production.