You can use Bitrise to automate deployment to the app stores. To do this, you will only need to modify your deploy Workflow and add extra Steps. You will also need to connect Bitrise to your app store accounts. Let's dig a bit deeper!
For five years running, Rust has taken the top spot in Stackoverflow’s survey of most loved programming languages. Seen by many as the next step after C/C++, the language is fast becoming embraced by embedded device developers and as a robust system for IoT. At JFrog, we took notice and are eager to welcome Rust developers to the empowerment of robust binaries management and how it contributes to continuous integration.
Software package repositories are becoming a popular target for supply chain attacks. Recently, there has been news about malware attacks on popular repositories like npm, PyPI, and RubyGems. Developers are blindly trusting repositories and installing packages from these sources, assuming they are secure.
Being a software developer is an amazing job with a growing job field ensuring there is great security and need in the market. But, with a great job that is highly skilled comes the demand of having a high understanding of the tools and languages needed to properly develop software efficiently.
Continuous Packaging (CP) is a term that we use a lot at Cloudsmith, and it is one that we think will become a cornerstone in a secure software development process.
CircleCI orbs are reusable packages of YAML configuration that condense repeated pieces of config into a single line of code. Since its launch in 2018, the CircleCI orbs registry has been used by developers, development teams, and by companies who want to help developers integrate their services seamlessly into continuous integration pipelines. In this tutorial, we will show how to use CircleCI orbs to continuously deploy a Node.js application to Heroku, one of the most popular hosting platforms.
JFrog customers will soon enjoy end-to-end, holistic security across their software lifecycle — from development to devices — as the technology of recently-acquired Vdoo gets integrated into the JFrog DevOps Platform. That was the pledge made by JFrog and Vdoo leaders during their first joint webinar, in which they explained why JFrog acquired Vdoo, how the platform’s security and compliance capabilities will expand, and what’s the integration timeline.