Xcode 7.3 Beta Support for iOS Builds

We have added support for Xcode 7.3 Beta to our OSX containers. CircleCI customers can build their apps using Xcode 7.3 Beta. Full support for Xcode 7.3 Beta allows iOS developers using CircleCI to build and test their code for iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple Watch apps with the most current tools available. We also recently updated the developer tools on our container to latest versions. These tools include CocoaPods, Fastlane, Carthage and XCTool. Getting Started with Xcode 7.3 To … Continue reading

Moving from Complex to Simple, Easy, CI/CD

PromptWorks develops customized web and mobile applications for remarkable companies — ranging from startups to Fortune 50 — looking to improve the quality and polish of the software they use to interact with their customers. We help clients understand what’s possible, and our flexibility and insight saves them money. They come to us because, for a variety of reasons, they need to find a partner with the expertise and resources to get them through the product development process. The software … Continue reading

To Be Continuous: Three New Episodes

Last year, CircleCI Founder, Paul Biggar, joined forces with the Edith Harbaugh, CEO of LaunchDarkly to create To Be Continuous, a show about Continuous Delivery and software development. Catch up with episodes 10, 11, and 12 below, and follow the playlist on Soundcloud to be notified of new ones. Episode 10: Paul and Edith talk about programming languages and why they continue to evolve. Episode 11: Edith and Paul are joined by Peter Van Hardenberg from Heroku. The group discusses … Continue reading

What is Continuous Deployment, Anyway?

According to CircleCI developer evangelist Kevin Bell, “There are a number of ways to think of continuous deployment, but my favorite at the moment is to think of continuous deployment as the natural extension of agile development and delivery practices beyond continuous integration.” Continuous Integration is just one step on the road to Continuous Deployment. This was the main topic of the recent webinar with CircleCI’s Kevin Bell and Rainforest QA CEO and co-founder Fred Stevens-Smith, “Getting to Continuous Deployment.” … Continue reading

Check Out CircleCI at DeveloperWeek 2016

DeveloperWeek 2016 is San Francisco’s largest one-week tech event series with over 60 week-long events including the DeveloperWeek 2016 Conference & Expo, the DeveloperWeek Hackathon, Official Hiring Mixer, and dozens of city-wide partner events. The events epicenter at Pier 27, just blocks away from CircleCI’s San Francisco office, and many of our members of our team will be in attendance. Visit Our Booth, Meet Our Team CircleCI will be in the expo hall at booth #244 during the Conference & … Continue reading

Join us for Office Hours with Kevin Bell and Learn How to Use Bash

Come join us for Office Hours in San Francisco where Kevin Bell, Developer Evangelist at CircleCI, will take us through: Tips and Tricks to Use Bash — Wednesday, February 17, 2016. Join us for CircleCI’s February Office Hours. We want to meet the developers and software teams who use CircleCI and hear about all the great things you’re doing. There will be networking, a short talk from CircleCI’s Kevin Bell, pizza and refreshments with the chance to talk one-on-one with … Continue reading

Interview with Memory Leak: CircleCI Founder Paul Biggar Talks Continuous Delivery

Last week, CircleCI founder Paul Biggar sat down for an in-depth interview with Scott Raney and Lenny Pruss of Memory Leak. If you haven’t had a chance to read it, you can find it here. The insightful interview touched on the following topics: The rise of DevOps and continuous delivery Continuous integration vs. continuous delivery vs. continuous deployment What’s driving the adoption of CI/CD Starting CircleCI What makes CircleCI different What to prioritize when building products for developers Now that … Continue reading

Why We Use Om, and Why We’re Excited for Om Next

It’s an exciting time to be a frontend developer. Facebook’s React turned our ideas about rendering UIs on their heads. Om, in particular, has opened up a new way of thinking about how UIs work. The past couple of years have been a rush of new ideas and growth. But right now, things are getting really good. This year saw the release of Facebook’s GraphQL and Netflix’s Falcor, and hot on their heels comes a project that borrows the best … Continue reading

WEBINAR: Tips and Tools for Getting to Continuous Deployment

What is continuous deployment (CD), and how is it achieved? What common mistakes happen along the road to CD? How is continuous integration different from CD? These are the types of questions that keep us up at night, so we’ve partnered with Rainforest QA for our first webinar of 2016 to discuss how organizations can get to continuous deployment without compromising quality. Join us Tuesday, January 26th at 10 am PT/ 1 pm ET to learn more about using continuous … Continue reading

Scaling from a single team to many: Resultados Digitais Case Study

In the last 5 years, at Resultados Digitais, we have grown our product area to 60 people split into 7 teams. We now do over 12 deploys per day using Slack and commit every 5 minutes. But it was not like that some years ago. My old process In 2014 we had 300 customers and 7 developers in a single team. We used a kind of Gitflow process: Branch of master Development and tests Pull Request Code Review (PR) Tests … Continue reading

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