[Cross-Post] Automating Mobile App Releases

GDG Seattle
Wed, Apr 3, 2019, 6:00 PM (PDT)

About this event

This is a cross post for Seattle Flutter Developers meetup group, so RSVP on this page is closed. Please RSVP through the General Assembly website https://generalassemb.ly/education/automating-mobile-app-releases-seattle-flutter-developers-meetup/seattle/74717

Mobile app release can sometimes come with many challenges and tedious, error-prone manual steps. Fortunately there are many tools out there to help automate and speed up this process.

Come out and see what Codemagic (CI/CD tool) has to offer Flutter developers, learn about the Fastlane toolset for iOS, and meet other mobile developers in the community. Big shoutout to General Assembly for offering to host, and thank you to Codemagic for sponsoring.

There will be free food and drink!

Meet other Flutter developers at: https://www.meetup.com/Seattle-Flutter-Developers/

6:00PM - 6:30PM Mingle and enjoy food/drink
6:30PM - 7:15PM Talk #1
7:15PM - 8:00PM Talk #2

Talk #1: Life in the Fastlane, by Perris Davis

“Life in the Fastlane” is a brief talk about the Fastlane Toolset and how iOS engineers can use it to speed development and to automate many of the tedious manual actions required to release an iOS app.

Talk# 2: CI as smooth as Flutter, by Mikhail Tokarev (Devops engineer at Nevercode)

Let’s talk about out of the box CI solutions for your Flutter projects. Codemagic is a free dedicated CI/CD service for Flutter. It was announced during Flutter live in December 2018 and has been growing and innovating ever since. Mikhail will demonstrate how to set up and configure workflows in Codemagic for publishing your Flutter apps to the app store and play store. Tips and custom scripts that showcase how developers have been using Codemagic will also be covered. During the Q&A we can discuss specific use cases and answer detailed questions.


Perris Davis
Perris Davis is a software engineer at Capital One. He works on the mobile team here and really enjoys hacking away on small projects in his spare time away from hacking away at big projects. He serves on the board of Hacker Chat and regularly volunteers with the C1 Coders program. His favorite cake is probably carrot but he’s partial to tiramisu. You can reach out to him on GitHub and LinkedIn because he’s not gonna respond to your facebook friend request.

Mikhail Tokarev
Mikhail has worked as devops engineer for over 5 years. He is passionate about introducing devops practices into the development process in different teams. He joined Nevercode over a year ago and now leads architecture design of both Nevercode and Codemagic. He first saw Flutter in 2018 after Droidcon in Berlin and is excited about helping mobile developers around the world with seamless CI/CD experiences.