What is Greenhouse?
Greenhouse automatically builds your project for every commit you make and runs all your unit or UI tests on the emulator/simulator or on real hardware. Automatic build distribution is also supported so that your team and clients are always up to date with the latest state of your apps.
Greenhouse is a tool in the Mobile Continuous Integration category of a tech stack.
Who uses Greenhouse?
7 companies reportedly use Greenhouse in their tech stacks, including Typeform, Zola, and Vacasa.
28 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Greenhouse.
GitHub, Git, Slack, Bitbucket, and Android SDK are some of the popular tools that integrate with Greenhouse. Here's a list of all 20 tools that integrate with Greenhouse.
Pros of Greenhouse
Easy setup & usage
Great customer support
Awesome team with awesome project
Great and fast builds
A lot easier than Jenkins
Doesn't have an issue with Android emulators
- Supports Android, iOS, Cordova & Ionic apps
- Free for up to 2 public or private repositories
- Android- Gradle projects, iOS- Xcode build system and Facebook xctool, with full CocoaPods & Carthage integration.
- Automated builds for every commit
- Automated unit and UI tests
- Version history & binary hosting
- TestFlight & HockeyApp (and others) integration for build distribution
- Support for feature branches and pull requests
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