Our Device Cloud supports you using Continuous Integration. Within your development cycle, your applications can be deployed and tested on virtual, real or emulated devices.
Continuous Integration – your advantages with Testbirds
Take the quality of your applications to the next level!
Background: How does Continuous Integration work?
Continuous Integration describes the immediate merge of software components to an application after every change in the code
The Continuous Integration Process starts with every check-in of new code (Commit) in the Source Code Management System
The CI-Tool pulls the current status of the codebasis from the Source Code Management System, compiles it and merges the software components to one application
The application is tested on the level of component and integration first. If no errors occur, the system is deployed on staging.
The goal is to find bugs and errors faster and thereby improve the quality of the software
- Specifically, problems that occur when merging the components of the software are detected earlier
- Developers can solve problems earlier since they occur right after the change of the code
- You always have an overview of the condition of your software
- The system for testing is always state of the art
How the Testbirds Device Cloud can help you with your Continuous Integration Process:
Using our platform you can develop new integration tests without problems since they can easily be connected and provide many interfaces. In this way, we are able to provide a large variety of testing opportunities.