We’re firm believers that teams that have incorporated DevOps practices get more done, plain and simple. Whether it’s a movement, practice or company culture it is a debate of its own, but we’ve seen lots of concrete results adopting this approach, collaborating cross-functionally between all our teams and maintaining/upgrading the huge infrastructure we host here at Bitbar. The creation, testing, releasing and all communication related to that flow can happen quickly, frequently, reliably and in a timely manner. In this blog, I’d like to shed some light on how we do devops, what infrastructure we use, what actual value we provide for customers by using this approach and what things you’ll probably find interesting.
The mobile market continues to evolve and grow. This is evidenced by the large number of handset manufacturers that continue to churn out devices, the choice of different mobile operating systems, even the type of design that ranges from tablets to minis to standard sizes.
Given the rise in mobile use, companies and brands are turning more and more towards developing mobile applications and launching them into the market for consumers. However, the sheer number of possible mobile configurations can present a challenge for developers of these applications. Ensuring that an app works well on a large number of devices is crucial to avoid bugs and frustrated users.