Continuous integration tools like CircleCI let developers automate builds and tests, so that teams can merge changes into their codebase quickly and frequently. In this article, we’ll take a look at how to combine Sentry’s command line interface with CircleCI to automatically create Sentry releases. This will unlock some of our best features, like identifying suspect commits that likely introduced new errors, applying source maps to see the original source code within Sentry, and more.
The DevOps infinity loop is a visualization that everyone reading this article is likely familiar with, and one that comfortably predates serverless computing. Yet despite the peculiarities of developing within the serverless paradigm, it’s still what guides our approach to CICD. But while the zoomed-out view might be the same, when it comes to adjusting for serverless, the devil is in the details.
After a bit of a hiatus, the Community Roundup is back! With the new year come many great new articles and some lovely mentions that we thought we would share. Let’s dive in and see what has been going on in the Bitrise community lately!
Xcode is excellent and got better over the years if it comes down to tests. Last WWDC 2019 brought us Test Plans, and earlier, we got features like code coverage and parallel testing.
We’re excited to announce the new and improved ConanCenter! Use our new center with an enhanced UI experience to discover your favorite Conan C/C++ packages. If you’re not familiar with Conan yet, it’s a decentralized package manager for C/C++ that empowers developers to share packages through a push-pull model similar to Git. ConanCenter is a central repository for open source Conan packages, created and maintained by JFrog.