On the Visual Studio App Center team, our engineers are completely aligned with the ￼General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which gives consumers better and more explicit control of data – especially their personal data.
Integrating feature flags with your App Center crash service allows you to reduce the impact of crashes. Such an integration makes investigating crashes quicker and easier and allows for almost immediate rollback of problematic features.
Getting your release installed on a user’s device is the most important part of the distribution process. We've been working on incremental improvements to our tester experience since launching App Center in 2017, but after months of interviews and feedback from hundreds of customers, we’ve completely overhauled the user experience and visual design for our tester install portal.
This is a guest post from Daniel Puterman, engineering lead at Applitools.
Suppose you’ve built a new Android app and want to build some visual test automation scripts to ensure that it appears correctly on the devices it might run on.
Five-star mobile apps have one special feature: they don’t let go of their users. This can be achieved by understanding your app, the app’s users, and how these users interact with your app. The deep customer insights offered by AppCenter’s Continuous Export provide a better understanding of your customers and help boost retention.
We are embracing a world where thermostats automatically adjust and sprinklers automatically water, why shouldn’t your releases be automated? Continuous delivery is a natural extension of continuous integration. It allows you to develop faster, collect feedback earlier, and ultimately produce happier customers.