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Product News : CircleCI Supports iOS and Android
on 2014/12/18 9:47:14 (771 reads)
Product News

CircleCI, a providesr of Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery tools, has announced general support for testing Android and iOS apps. CircleCI provides a new way to build and test applications while significantly reducing the time and expense typically associated with these core functions.

CircleCI also announced today the completion of its first acquisition of Distiller, a company with the mission to build and deploy iOS apps faster. This acquisition complements CircleCI's technology, providing mobile support for iOS and Android developers. The scalability, simplicity and reliability web developers rely on CircleCI for is now available for mobile.

The process of ensuring code works correctly can be tedious, as collaboration among team members can be a hurdle in the fragmented mobile market. Application development speed is critical in today's competitive landscape, and maintaining this speed is difficult as apps and systems grow larger and more complex. CircleCI's support for mobile allows customers to build and test as part of the Continuous Delivery workflow, which means a faster path to revenue with a higher quality product.

With CircleCI for iOS and Android, mobile application developers can:
* Automate testing
* Ship fewer bugs and deploy with confidence
* Simplify and accelerate the process of getting five-star apps into the hands of users through automated deployment
* Easily integrate with GitHub Pull Requests
* Quickly start new projects with inferred project set up

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