Bitrise

Budapest, Hungary
2014
  |  By Barnabas Birmacher
At the latest WWDC, Apple unveiled an exciting new feature: dynamic tinting for app icons. This update calls for developers to adjust their app icons to support this functionality, ensuring a more visually consistent experience across iOS. This change is significant for maintaining a seamless user interface, allowing app icons to adapt to various system-wide themes, including dark mode, and providing a cohesive look throughout the operating system.
  |  By Barnabas Birmacher
A few weeks ago, Apple hosted its annual developer conference WWDC 2024, and made many announcements that will impact the mobile developer ecosystem. ‍ In a previous blog, we outlined the three top high-level announcements. In this post, we are diving into what’s new for two very important components of iOS- Xcode 16 and the App Store Connect.
  |  By Oliver Falvai
One of the new features of Xcode 16 is called "explicitly built modules". Behind this abstract name is something that makes builds faster and compiler errors more informative. As this is enabled by default for C and Objective-C code, you can experience some of the benefits instantly, but it can also be enabled for Swift code as an experimental feature. In this post, we'll explore how this feature works and the benefits it brings to projects that adopt it.
  |  By Barnabas Birmacher
Last week, mobile app developers gathered in Cupertino, California, and tuned in across the globe to hear the latest news and future roadmap for Apple at their annual developer conference, WWDC 2024. And Apple did not disappoint.
  |  By Akos Birmacher
Discover the new Artifact Details page and Private Install page from Bitrise, offering detailed artifact information that's easy to find, and secure to share.
  |  By Madré Roothman
Discover how Bitrise is transforming to meet the demands of large enterprises. Learn about our past updates, current enhancements, and future plans to ensure robust security, compliance, and centralized management.
  |  By Kaushal Vyas
We've updated our build scheduler! You can now choose between our flexible scheduler for easy setup or use cron syntax for more precise control over your builds.
  |  By Jeremy Palmer
Blog post summary: We have a new, improved way to integrate with GitHub using a GitHub App. It offers a more secure connection and granular control of which repositories Bitrise can access. Full integration with GitHub Checks allows developers to quickly identify if their changes have broken any existing functionality, improving workflow efficiency.
  |  By Kaushal Vyas
Mobile developers love using Bitrise, and we get it. But we also know your products and automation workflows extend beyond just mobile apps. That's why we're thrilled to announce Bitrise's expansion into web CI/CD! While in beta, this is your chance to help shape an industry-leading solution for your entire development process.
  |  By Siddhant Soni
Discover Rippling's CI/CD journey with Bitrise, as shared by Staff Software Engineer Siddhant Soni. This post dives into the technical challenges and solutions that have shaped their scalable mobile infrastructure.
  |  By Bitrise
Welcome to our Release Management for iOS playlist! Release Management is available to all team members of an app's team, but not everyone can access all functions. Use the Release Manager role to keep your release process secure and reliable.
  |  By Bitrise
Welcome to our Release Management for iOS playlist! In this video, we'll cover the essentials of automatically uploading your iOS app to TestFlight and streamlining your TestFlight beta distribution.
  |  By Bitrise
Welcome to our Release Management for Android playlist! In this video, we'll show you how to simplify the rollout of your Android app's beta versions using Bitrise Release Management.
  |  By Bitrise
Welcome to our Release Management for iOS playlist! In this video, we'll cover the essentials of managing your rollout to the App Store hassle-free through Release Management.
  |  By Bitrise
Welcome to our Release Management for iOS playlist! In this video, we'll cover the essentials of automatically uploading your iOS app to TestFlight and streamlining your TestFlight beta distribution.
  |  By Bitrise
Is self-managed CI infrastructure crushing your soul? Reach out to us or download our latest datasheet to learn more about how Bitrise can help your mobile engineering organization deliver with its fullest potential. Build better mobile applications, faster! Save time, money, and developer frustration with fast, flexible, and scalable mobile CI/CD that just works.
  |  By Bitrise
The Bitrise Build Cache is a game-changing tool, unlike anything the market has seen before. A fully-managed remote build & test cache for alternate build tools such as Gradle, Bazel, Tuist, and more. The Build Cache offering is fully managed and deeply integrated into the Bitrise CI/CD platform, which brings a whole host of benefits.
  |  By Bitrise
Join us for a 1-hour webinar as hosts Daniel and Viktor, two of Bitrises' Co-founders, delve into the dynamic world of Mobile DevOps and its transformative impact on the mobile development landscape. With their extensive experience as CSO and CTO respectively, Dani and Viktor will share their visionary insights on how to reshape your mobile development strategies for unprecedented success. Thank you for watching! Please feel free to comment your thoughts below.
  |  By Bitrise
Building and deploying mobile apps can be complex and time-consuming. But with Bitrise, you can streamline your Mobile DevOps processes and focus on delivering great experiences to your users. Key benefits to using Bitrise: 🚀 optimized infrastructure and automation processes result in faster build times. This means you can test and iterate faster, and get your app to market sooner.
  |  By Bitrise
The Bitrise Build Cache is a game-changing tool, unlike anything the market has seen before. A fully-managed remote build & test cache for alternate build tools such as Gradle, Bazel, Tuist, and more. The Build Cache offering is fully managed and deeply integrated into the Bitrise CI/CD platform, which brings a whole host of benefits.
  |  By Bitrise
With the holidays coming up, teams may already have started the season's annual code freeze to avoid downtime, unexpected bugs, crashes, or faulty releases. In this whitepaper - featuring mobile engineers behind popular shopping apps - we dive into the latest tendencies, main motives, and technical decision-making factors behind this practice, and discuss whether there's a better way of going forward.

Bitrise is a Continuous Integration and Delivery (CI/CD) Platform as a Service (PaaS) with a main focus on mobile app development. It saves developers hours every day by automating tasks that are boring and repetitive from the moment they finish coding till the app lands in an app store. These tasks include unit tests, distributing apps to testers and submitting apps to stores automatically.

Thanks to its open source library with 180+ integrations, developers can seamlessly connect all the tools they love and use for testing, distribution, notification and more. The former Y Combinator startup has already raised over $3.5M and became the choice of mobile CI/CD platform of companies like InVision, Mapbox and Duolingo.

Features you must love:

  • Automatic code signing: We know that iOS code signing is a pain. Connect your Apple Developer Account and let us handle your profiles. Just set the export method and you’re good to go, no messing about.
  • Bitrise deployment: Bitrise integrates with all the major third party beta testing and deployment services, but we wanted to provide an integrated solution to help you distribute your apps to your testers without the need of registering yet another account after signing up to Bitrise.
  • Support by devs for devs: We don’t just have a support staff, we have engineers, and you can talk to them whenever you want. Provided they aren’t on a space walk or having tea with a Klingon (i.e. virtually always!)
  • Smart caching done fast: Bitrise automatically configures caching right at project setup for all your dependencies. Adding source code or derived data caching is only a few clicks so you could go out bragging about your superfast build times.
  • Security with no compromise: Every build runs on its own virtual machine, and all data is discarded at the end of the build. We also hired sharks with laser beams on their head, just in case. Click for our detailed security policy.
  • Fast and reliable emulators: Run your Android UI tests on solid and snappy virtual devices. Bitrise fully integrates with Firebase Test Lab, showing your test reports with videos and screenshots right on the build’s page.

Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery for mobile apps.