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CIDUG - CI for iOS: Better than Bacon?

  • Jul 24, 2012 · 6:30 PM


Continuous Integration (CI) is good. Bacon is good. But which is better? Bacon smells delicious. The sound of bacon cooking can make you salivate. Bacon tastes yummy. But CI can save your butt. You may have used a Continuous Integration server on Java, .NET or Ruby projects - it's pretty common, and for good reason. But CI for iOS is still too rare. This talk will discuss how to get started with CI for your iPhone and iPad projects. We'll cover compiling your code, building IPAs, and running tests. We'll also survey other tools you can add to your CI environment to add flavor to your tasty projects.


Kevin Munc (@muncman) has been coding professionally for 15 years, working in environments ranging from a Fortune 100 enterprise to a half-dozen employee start up. (That's what you do with a Philosophy degree, right?) These days he's focused on mobile development, consulting through his company, Method Up LLC.

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