If you’ve been following our series of blogs on Continuous Integration for Mobile Apps with Jenkins, then you may be interested in the following videos I recently posted on the CloudBeesTV channel on YouTube:
iOS App Testing with SOASTA CloudTest: A short video showing how to integrate SOASTA’s CloudTest service with Jenkins in the Cloud, running on the CloudBees PaaS. I’ve done a new blog to accompany this recording, which we’ll be publishing shortly, and stay tuned for details of an upcoming webinar where Kohsuke Kawaguchi, Tal Broda of SOASTA and I are going to be covering this topic in much more detail.
iOS App Build and Beta Testing with TestFlight: A short video showing how to use Jenkins in the Cloud to run iOS application builds, running on the CloudBees PaaS. This example shows how to build and package the Stockfish chess app for iPad, including pushing the application archive to the TestFlight service for beta test distribution.
Android Builds and Beta Testing with Zubhium: A short video showing how to do multi-device builds of an Android application using Jenkins in the Cloud, running on the CloudBees PaaS. The video show the Android build, plus a multi-configuration Jenkins job repeating the build with a variety of recent Android SDK versions. A simple build promotion scenario leads to a push to the Zubhium beta test distribution service.
iOS Build Configuration: A longer real-time video (approx 8 mins) showing the configuration of an iOS application build using Jenkins in the Cloud, running on the CloudBees PaaS with a MacOS remote slave.
Android Build Configuration: A longer real-time video (approx 8 mins) showing the configuration of an Android application build using Jenkins in the Cloud, running on the CloudBees PaaS.
Mark Prichard, Senior Director of Product Management
Mark Prichard is Java PaaS Evangelist for CloudBees. He came to CloudBees after 13 years at BEA Systems and Oracle, where he was Product Manager for the WebLogic Platform. A graduate of St John’s College, Cambridge and the Cambridge University Computer Laboratory, Mark works for CloudBees in Los Altos, CA. Follow Mark on Twitter and via his blog Clouds, Bees and Blogs.