Bitbar, a leading provider of hosted continuous integration services, has announced a revolutionary build and validation service for Symbian platform.
Shaker enables very fast build and validation cycles reducing developer downtime, improving software quality and accelerating time to market for anyone developing on top of Symbian asset.
Shaker is commoditizing large continuous integration server clusters by making the same capacity available on demand to anyone on without the heavy price tag.
“Now that the whole Symbian platform is freely available for everyone, a service like Shaker really enables anyone to hit the ground running with their first own Symbian configurations in the matter of hours instead days or even weeks”, says Marko Kaasila, CEO of Bitbar and he continues, “Shaker really boosts the productivity of any software development team and, more importantly, allows our customers to focus on adding value with their own solutions instead of configuring, troubleshooting and optimising their build environment”.
Bitbar will be demoing the service during Mobile World Congress at Symbian Foundation stand 1J34.