Jenkins vs Codemagic: CI alternative for mobile developers. Could Codemagic be alternative to Jenkins? In this article, we will compare Codemagic and Jenkins from the mobile app developer perspective.
Continuous integration is important for making developers productive and for providing a consistent building, testing and deployment environment for the development team. However, it’s very difficult for a user to choose the right CI/CD solution for their project. In this article, we will be comparing Codemagic with a popular continuous integration service, Jenkins, from the perspective of a mobile app developer. Let’s find out if Codemagic could be a good alternative to Jenkins.
This article is written by mobile app developer Souvik Biswas
Jenkins is an open-source continuous integration tool written in Java. It provides good flexibility for choosing tools and has a thriving plugin library. But if you are focused on a particular domain (for example, mobile apps), then Jenkins might not be a suitable option for you. We will discuss more about that in this article.
Codemagic, on the other hand, is a continuous integration and delivery service focused on mobile apps. It has support for most of the popular frameworks, like Android, iOS, Flutter, React Native, Cordova and Ionic.
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In this article, we will be comparing Codemagic with a popular continuous integration service, Jenkins, from the perspective of a mobile app developer. Codemagic vs Jenkins.