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Next Generation of Mobile DevOps: Bitbar Launches AI Testbot

Development teams are being pushed to ship higher-quality software at a faster pace and simultaneously there is constant pressure from demanding and finicky end users and from fierce competition. The arrival of tools offering AI capabilities will deliver a sweet relief. Gartner’s Research Vice President Mark Driver predicts that, by 2022, at least 40% of […]

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Firing on All Cylinders With Continuous Delivery for Mobile

When everything is firing on all cylinders, DevOps can be awesome. By automating every application build – from development and QA to pre-release testing and eventually to production – DevOps lets you release new code as frequently as your business needs to instead of continuously delayed releases. This, in turn, enables you to resolve issues […]

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Scaling Continuous Delivery for Mobile: Increase Throughput to Deliver At the Speed of Mobile

Transforming a company from Agile Development to Continuous Delivery by deploying a high degree of automation into its delivery pipeline, is called DevOps nowadays. DevOps is short for Development and Operations – the two departments that generally operate with two very different goals. Mobile software development teams are continuously writing new and better code to […]

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ChatOps Is the New DevOps: Bitbar

Have you ever heard the term – “Slack is the new email”?? When we talk about DevOps with our customers, terms like “automation”, “speed”, “collaboration” and “tools” always dominate the discussion. Mobile teams want to “move fast and break things.” DevOps is simply a practice embracing a high degree of automation to continuously build, test and […]

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Bridging the Gap Between ConnectedWorld and UX

It’s become a widely accepted fact that every second matter in today’s #ConnectedWorld and business depends on #UX to be competitive. If you depend on your users to alert you to the problem then you’ll definitely notice a drop in revenue and uninstalls. What can we do to identify this problem earlier so that we […]

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The Most Popular Devices Globally for Mobile App Testing

“What devices should we use to test our applications” is a question we get on a daily basis from our customers. As we have over hundreds of thousands of users from all over the world and from every possible industry sector, there is no simple answer to this question. The diversity that different application segments […]

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State of the Enterprise Mobile App Development

The potential and expectations set in mobile enterprise apps are soaring. The future is clearly a mobile one, but not only for consumers and individuals, but increasingly for enterprises. What are the factors that will be critical for enterprise mobility – and the entire enterprise mobile app development cycle – to be a success in […]

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#trending in the Mobile Dev & Test: Containers, Hybrid Cloud, Own Tools

The past weeks have been unparalleled in terms of activity among mobile developers around mobile device clouds. Personally, I am happy to see Microsoft, Amazon, IBM, and numerous other companies are stepping up in delivering open standard-based mobile dev & test tools and services from the cloud for mobile developers around the world. We are […]

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CEO Blog Series #4: Productivity of QA in Mobile App Development

Quality assurance (QA) is a critical part of the process when creating and maintaining successful mobile apps for hundreds of millions of app consumers. One of the metrics in this app creation process is naturally QA productivity – the success to efficiently find and filter out the problems in apps before they land on the […]

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CEO Blog Series #3: Time-To-Market, No Place to Lose Revenues

Shorter time-to-market drives up your top-line. One of our customers used to do agile development, with typical 2-week sprints, and then combined that with 4 weeks manual testing cycles. So, they ended up doing 2 additional development sprints before developers got feedback from the manual testing on the 1st development sprint! That was a huge waste […]

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