Be effective with Bitrise CI for Android — the lessons I learned the hard way.

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  • Bitrise and its plugins’ documentation is quite limited. You will need to deep dive into the plugins code if you want to understand the platform fully. Plugins code is mostly open source — you can find links inside plugin documentation. In particular, review the *main.go* file if you’re looking for attributes and parameters which could customise the build.

  • gitflow

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    There is git flow approach in place, which usually means multiple feature *branches exist at the same time in a remote repository. There is at least one *pull request per story. Each pull request needs to go through an integration* process* meaning the newest commit in a pull request triggers a fresh CI build. That’s being done in order to ensure the newest change won’t introduce any flaws. Yep, automation and unit test suites test each software incrementation. Software Engineers in Test (SET) writes automation tests as “a part of“ the feature in some cases.

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