As technology rapidly evolves, so too do developer capabilities. With 83% of developers eclipsing their 2021 code release rates, Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) automation within the mobile space is no longer optional, but a crucial strategic pivot. Remarkably, 24% of DevOps processes now achieve full automation, a leap from 8% in 2020. Nonetheless, complete adoption within mobile app development lags behind.
Globally, 7.33 billion mobile users and 255 billion mobile app downloads in 2022 spotlight an insatiable demand for app development. This bolsters the need for speed, with 60% of developers reporting faster code transition into production, and 35% releasing code twice as quickly as in 2021. However, labor shortages, emergent security threats, and rising customer expectations compound challenges in mobile app development, amplifying the significance of CI/CD automation.
Indeed, 35% of developers benefit from fully onboarded CI/CD pipelines. Benefits include early bug detection, seamless user experiences, accelerated release times, and adaptation to a rapidly evolving mobile ecosystem. Reliable testing, delivery, and integration further underscore CI/CD benefits, boosting test reliability by 8.3% and reducing overall costs by 5%.
As Barnabás Birmacher, founder and CEO of Bitrise, insightfully states, “In Mobile DevOps, the need for speed is rivaled by the need for confidence.” Now is the time to embrace automation, intensify efficiency, and confidently navigate the changing landscape of mobile CI/CD pipeline.
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