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Something New: Mobile Dev and Testing Alternatives

Tired of Fastlane? Thinking about trying Kotlin or React Native? Maybe you need to build tests for iPads? Get info on all sorts of mobile development alternatives here.

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Sometimes, you have a problem when developing or testing your apps and you seek out a different way of doing things. You might be tired of your current automation tool, or you need to build tests that work on unusual devices. Maybe you're considering a new framework or development lang. These resources will show you some alternatives to the norm - see if they can help solve your mobile problems.

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  4. Five Options for iOS Continuous Delivery Without Fastlane, by Shashikant Jagtap. This iOS expert makes the list again with five options for iOS continuous delivery for those looking to escape Fastlane's frequent build-breaking changes.

  5. Kotlin vs. React Native: Which Is Better?, by Uroosa Sehar. Let's take a look at the basics of Kotlin and an honest comparison of the pros and cons of Kotlin and React Native for mobile applications.

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