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Sponsor: Bitrise

Published on 05 Jun 2020

Thanks a lot to Bitrise, my favorite continuous integration service, for sponsoring Swift by Sundell this week. I’ve been using Bitrise since long before they became a sponsor, both for my own projects and when working with clients, and it’s truly a fantastic service.

Bitrise lets you easily set up all sorts of automation to be run when some form of change is made within your project. For example, you can have it run all of your unit or UI tests when a new Pull Request is opened, or automatically submit a new build to TestFlight or App Store Connect when you create a new release branch.

The power of Bitrise is that it both has more than 300 common actions built-in, which can be added to your build pipeline with just a few clicks within their web UI, while also providing full command line access as well. And perhaps the best part is that you don’t need to make any changes to your project to use Bitrise — and it’s completely free to try — so take it for a spin, and I think you’ll see why I like it so much.

Using this link to try out Bitrise also supports Swift by Sundell