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JenkinsMobi V4 Beta brings APK history on your Mobile

April 24, 2013 Leave a comment

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You can see your Jenkins build history and re-deploy the older APKs from your Mobile Phone !

This is particularly useful when you want to have multiple of version of your Mobile App to your QA or Beta Testers (just like you !) without having to redeploy or notify anyone: you can go back and forth in a time-machine as many times you want !

Jenkins acts like a APK binary repository with full access to:

  • Code changes
  • Unit-test executions
  • Console output

Join JenkinsMobi V4 Beta now and give your feedback today.

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Categories: Android, Jenkins CI, Mobile

JenkinsMobi V4 Beta and Assembla login

April 18, 2013 1 comment

assembla-logoJenkinsMobi V4 Beta program continues with the support of Assembla SSO Login.

Assembla.com is Cloud ALM that provides Project Workspaces, featuring project management software elements such as task management, issue tracking, cardwall (Kanban), agile project management, Git/Svn  repositories and scrum meetings.

When you configure Jenkins with Assembla Auth Plugin the Jenkins Login process goes through the Assembla SSO Form-based login: this is now automatically managed by JenkinsMobi V4 Beta.

As usual, everything is plug&play: just enter your Assembla Credentials in the JenkinsMobi settings … and then play with JenkinsMobi V4 Beta !

Gerrit Code Review Hackathon in London – 7-9th of May 2013

April 17, 2013 Leave a comment

Keep calm and Gerrit Code Review Hackathon

GerritForge Blog

gerrit-hackathonGerritForge is proud to organise the first European Gerrit Code Review Hackathon in London (UK) for three days: 7th, 8th and 9th of May 2013.
The Hackathon is a great way to have the core Gerrit developer Team working side-by-side on some new exciting new features for the OpenSource community. Some of the major improvements in Gerrit architecture and functionality came out from past Hackathons.

New exciting features are going to be proposed and implemented: see the Gerrit Hackathon topics and comments at http://gerritforge.com/gerrit-london-hackathon.html

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JenkinsMobi V4 and Google Authenticator support

April 15, 2013 Leave a comment


When you configure Jenkins with OpenID SSO, the authentication phase goes through an external web-site (GitHub, Google or others) for authenticating your credentials: when authentication succeded, Jenkins gives you a Session-ID to continue using the API until the session expires.

From JenkinsMobi V4.6.1 (see how to upgrade from JenkinsMobi home screen) you can even automatically manage a 2-step SSO Authentication with your Google Account and Google Authenticator.

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  1. Edit your JenkinsMobi settings and put your Jenkins URL and SSO username and password.
  2. Whenever your Google SSO request a 2-step authentication, you will see a pop-up asking to enter your one-time verification code
  3. Tap on “Auth App” to jump directly to Google Authenticator
  4. Read the verification code and tap on the “back” button of your Android phone
  5. Enter the verification code and tap Verify
  6. JenkinsMobi contacts Google SSO and enters again your SSO credentials and one-time verfication code

Your authenticated session will last for the time-to-live of Jenkins Session: should the session be disconnected, you would need to go through the Google SSO and 2-step verification again.

Enjoy JenkinsMobi with Google Authenticator securely over the Internet 🙂

JenkinsMobi V4 Beta: OpenID certified

April 10, 2013 Leave a comment

 

 

Thanks to the first feedback of the JenkinsMobi V4 Beta, today we have certified JenkinsMobi with OpenID: you don’t have to do anything, just insert your OpenID credentials in the JenkinsMobi V4 settings and, if you have Jenkins-OpenID SSO, everything will magically works 🙂

 

JenkinsMobi V4 Beta program: Open for feedback

April 9, 2013 Leave a comment

JenkinsMobi V4 Beta program is officially started ! 

Follow the the four simple steps described at http://jenkins-ci.mobi/#v4beta and starting exploring the new possibility and provide your feedback on the new JenkinsMobi V4 Architecture.

Categories: Hudson CI, Jenkins CI, Mobile