While we continue to publish new features and updates for buddybuild regularly, here are some of the highlights from the last few weeks…
With Remote Access, teams can connect via SSH and Apple Screen Sharing to the buddybuild VM at any time during their build process.
Using Remote Access, teams have 20 minutes to access the VM during their build to perform activities like: debugging timing-related testing issues, digging into build logs, testing possible solutions for custom scripts, or accessing the Remote Desktop to watch the Simulator execute tests during their build.
Remote Access gives teams complete visibility into their build process enabling them to debug testing issues, and iterate on custom scripts faster. This feature is currently available to all users on one of buddybuild’s Business Plans.
Read more about buddybuild's Remote Access feature, including how to get started!
We recently added Single Sign-On (SSO) capabilities to buddybuild!
SSO lets organizations enable or rescind access to a 3rd party service (like buddybuild) through a single identity provider. Using SSO, teams can now securely and seamlessly move between internal services and buddybuild without having to specify their credentials each time.
We’re excited to announce first-class integration with Asana!
With buddybuild’s new Asana integration, user feedback captured by the buddybuild SDK (either a screenshot or crash report) will automatically open a task in a specified Asana project.
By integrating directly with Asana, development teams can track, triage and drive user reported issues to closure faster, and more effectively, in the tools they’re already using.
Read more details and a step-by-step guide on how to use our Asana Integration on the buddybuild blog!
The buddybuild SDK now supports React Native projects! All developers building React Native apps can now integrate the buddybuild SDK into their projects to leverage buddybuild’s Feedback Reporter with Video Feedback and Crash Reporting with Source Context and Instant Replay.
Buddybuild’s crash reporting for React Native projects is still in beta, and we deeply appreciate sharing any feedback you might have directly with our engineering team.
Learn more about buddybuild’s Feedback & Crash Reporting for React Native projects!
As always, we’d love to hear any questions or feedback you have about our latest features. Feel free to share your thoughts by mentioning @buddybuild on Twitter, or sending them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If there’s a feature you’d like to see added to buddybuild, please request it on the buddybuild discussion forum. We’re always looking for ways to improve your buddybuild experience!