🔗 Deployment, migration & change management tools

Comercial: Deploy — Deploy code from GitHub, Codebase & BitBucket in minutes! XebiaLabs — Software for Continuous Delivery & DevOps in the Real World Bamboo — Run builds and tests, connects issues, commits, test results, and deploys so the whole picture is available to your entire product team Open-souce: fabric8 — Integration platform for deep management of Java Containers (JVMs). Makes it really easy to provision, automate, configure, and manage from a central location....

September 11, 2014 · 1 min · 79 words

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If you want to make a mobile app for an iOS device, you are operating at the intersection of software, design, and Apple’s particular development philosophy and tools. True competency requires successfully drawing on key concepts from each of these areas (and filling in your own blanks). (via Everything a Competent iOS Developer Needs to Know [Graphic] )

August 31, 2013 · 1 min · 58 words

🔗 GitHub Flow – Scott Chacon

GitHub Flow – Scott Chacon So, what is GitHub Flow? Anything in the master branch is deployable To work on something new, create a descriptively named branch off of master (ie: new-oauth2-scopes ) Commit to that branch locally and regularly push your work to the same named branch on the server When you need feedback or help, or you think the branch is ready for merging, open a pull request After someone else has reviewed and signed off on the feature, you can merge it into master Once it is merged and pushed to ‘master’, you can and should deploy immediately For teams that have to do formal releases on a longer term interval (a few weeks to a few months between releases), and be able to do hot-fixes and maintenance branches and other things that arise from shipping so infrequently, git-flow makes sense and I would highly advocate it’s use....

August 29, 2013 · 1 min · 182 words

🔗 Average App Store Review Times

Average App Store Review Times This site tracks the average App Store review times for both the iOS and the Mac App Store using data crowdsourced from iOS and Mac developers on Twitter.

December 4, 2012 · 1 min · 33 words