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Continuous Deployment of Mobile Software at Facebook

Facebook published a pretty interesting paper where they describe their strategy for doing CI/CD of their mobile apps, both on iOS and Android. They describe the whole enchilada: from the general release cycle of their apps, to what they test … Sigue leyendo

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Apple starts rejecting apps with “hot code push” features

This thread from Apple’s Developer Forums is making some waves on the internets today. Apparently, they’re now rejecting apps that include code that can modify your app after it’s released to the store. Rollout.io seems to be the SDK that’s … Sigue leyendo

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Facebook announces Yarn, a new package manager for JavaScript

From Facebook’s announcement: In the JavaScript community, engineers share hundreds of thousands of pieces of code so we can avoid rewriting basic components, libraries, or frameworks of our own. Each piece of code may in turn depend on other pieces … Sigue leyendo

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Is the open source culture hurting new developers?

That’s a bold question to ask. But I’ve been thinking about it. As a member of the iOS developer community, I see people interested in learning how to create iOS apps almost every day. I’m a member of various Facebook … Sigue leyendo

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