One of the most interesting areas in mobile has been the fast evolution of Augmented Reality (AR) platforms and applications utilizing mobile device’s camera in overlaying UI elements over the live video stream in real time. These applications and games create very engaging user experiences but are very difficult to test for following reasons:
Every now and then a new mobile test automation framework emerges, it quickly gains attention from mobile developers. This is happening right now with the Detox framework.
Bitbar Build is a solution as a service for continuous iOS and Android builds. It is already available as an add-on service to all existing enterprise customers. We have gathered below the most frequently asked questions to help you briefly understand our service. For more information, please get in touch with our sales.
Last weekend we luckily had in Wrocław +12°C, but the temperature dropped drastically and we had the heaviest snow this winter. I thought “Well, that was like a beta version of incoming spring”. But don’t worry – we are not such cruel. We have a new beta feature for you and we will not take it from you at all 🙂
Bitbar Reinforces Its Mobile DevOps Platform with Continuous Build Service
The new service along with the platform help enterprises build mobile projects at lightning speed and improve time-to-market for innovation and value delivery
SAN JOSE, CA – March 19th, 2018 – Bitbar Inc., a leading provider of mobile DevOps platform, today announced Bitbar Build, a continuous mobile build service that supports massive scalability with high level of security for enterprises, enabling large mobile teams to accelerate mobile software lifecycle by automating the process of build, test, deploy and monitor.
My Background: Appium and Mobile Game Test Automation
Before going into details, I’d like to share a bit about my own context and the struggles I’ve had in mobile game test automation.
It’s been a while since the last Bitbar UI Update blog. For the first time in a few years, I got the flu and spread me completely on the shoulders. Fortunately, I’m on my feet and decided to write a different post today. I looked at our repository and realized that it’s been a year since the introduction of Vue.js to our Bitbar Cloud UI design. This is definitely a great opportunity to look at what we have achieved with the new UI framework in the past year, what lessons we have learned and ask ourselves: Was it worth it?
With the release of new devices and OS versions in Q4/2017, there have been some significant changes in the most popular devices around the globe. As always measured quarterly, we’d like to share a list of must-test devices against which you must ensure the app compatibility for the major markets.
When looking at the weather outside, you just want to say “winter is here” instead of “winter is coming”. But looking at the fact that I wanted to say “2.53 is here” … it might sound quite “cold”😅. And I assure you that the new version straight from the oven will warm you up!
Over a year back, we rebranded Testdroid and introduced Bitbar Cloud (bitbar.com), transforming from a mobile test automation solution to a unified mobile DevOps platform and making Testdroid step back as a critical technology and driver of continuous testing for our customers.
Today, we are excited to announce that our cloud portal is now accessible with a new domain cloud.bitbar.com. All the products, services, etc that you are using every day will stay as they are with no changes.