Chrome Caching in CircleCI

I’ll just come right out and say it: CircleCI is an excellent continuous integration platform, and you should probably consider using it (or at least be aware of it). CircleCI is extremely flexible, yet it works very well out of the box. You can configure it as much or as little as needed, and you get quite a bit of functionality with just a simple YAML file and a GitHub repo.
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Designing a Scalable Deployment Pipeline

Anyone who’s led a product engineering team knows that a growing team requires investments in process, communication approaches, and documentation. These investments help new people get up to speed, become productive quickly, stay informed about what the rest of the team is doing, and codify tribal knowledge so it doesn’t leave with people.

One thing that receives less investment when a team scales is its deployment pipeline–the tools and infrastructure for deploying, testing, and running in production. Why are these investments lacking even when the team can identify the pain points? My theory is that it nearly always feels too expensive in terms of both money and lost progress on building features.
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Using CircleCI to Test and Deploy an iOS App

When starting a new greenfield project at Atomic, we always ask ourselves about tooling surrounding testing and deployment. We have had a lot of luck with CircleCI for both mobile and web applications, so when I found out CircleCI had a solution for iOS, I was excited to take advantage of it. In this post, I’ll review how to use CircleCI with your iOS application and explain how I handled some bumps in the road on the path to CI and easy deployments.
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