大约 2 个星期
大约 2 个星期
In this course, you'll learn how to automate and improve the mobile development process by using buddybuild's continuous integration and deployments tools. While learning these tools, you'll write unit and UI tests to ensure app functionality and interface workflows. You'll also simplify the steps necessary to deliver test and production versions of your apps into the hands of users.
When supporting apps on the App Store, many problems can arise — you have to fix bugs affecting users, fulfill feature requests, and ensure your app functions smoothly on every potential device and configuration.
Before taking this course, you should be able to:
- Use Git and GitHub from the command line
- Build simple interfaces using Storyboard, outlets, and actions
- Programmatically add UI elements, like buttons and labels, to a view controller
- Run a Xcode project in the iOS simulator
Also, any familiarity with tests (unit or UI) is useful, but not required.
Note: Specific portions of this course show content that requires an Apple Developer Account to demonstrate. However, you don’t need an Apple Developer Account account to view this content, and we don't require you to sign-up for one.
Ensuring App Quality with Continuous Integration
In this lesson, you’ll setup a continuous integration (CI) system with buddybuild so that you can test your apps like the pros. You'll learn how to configure a project with a simplified version of GitFlow, a commonly used Git branching structure well-suited for collaborative, professional projects. Also, you'll write unit and UI tests to verify the core functionality of an app.
Continuous Deployment with One Seamless System
In this lesson, you’ll continue to improve your development process by configuring a continuous deployment and delivery system using buddybuild. You'll learn how to quickly add and provision devices for testing so there is no delay in getting new builds in front of your users. Then, to complete the feedback loop, you'll utilize the buddybuildSDK to consolidate issues and requests into a single location with rich visual descriptions and debugging information.