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Guidance on integrating Kobiton service into the build pipeline of mobile app development: Jenkins, HockeyApp, Appium and ReactNative

If you are a company with a domain, ex: https://awesome-mapp.com and you use:

  • Jenkins to build the app
  • HockeyApp for keeping the daily app build
  • Appium to write the automation test
  • ReactNative to write app

The guidelines in this repo will show you how to trigger a Jenkins build from a push on GitHub (i.e. everytime a change is made to your source code), and how to run automation tests with Kobiton.

Contents

  1. First guide will demonstrate how to trigger a Jenkins build from a push to GitHub.

  2. The second guide will demonstrate how to run automation tests on your app with the Kobiton service.

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