Before start I would like to add a few questions that I will try to answer by this article:
“How do I connect to a third party Websocket service from my Serverless project backend?”
“How to handle event-driven background tasks in a serverless set up?”
“How to have a constantly running background process in a serverless project?”

“But why?”, would you ask. Well, serverless infrastructure is great by many means, but sometimes you do need a task that should run non-stop on background. …


In my previous article I’ve described what is Bitrise and how to use it to build an iOS application built on Flutter and upload it to Appstore/Testflight.

Now it’s time to figure out how to do same for Android.

To be honest the process for Android is appeared to be much easier (for me) and straightforward, although it is very similar to iOS.

So the process is:

  1. Build the app
  2. Sign the binary file (aab or apk)
  3. Upload the signed binary to Google Play Console
  4. Push the build to a release track (i.e. …


Bitrise is a Continuous Integration and Delivery (CI/CD) Platform as a Service (PaaS) with a main focus on mobile apps, and it has Flutter supported out of the box.

Their documentation is great, but some things may be outdated as it seems they are delivering new features and updates pretty often. I had a bit of a struggle configuring the workflows, so I’ve decided to write down the solutions in this article.

Create Bitrise application

The process of creating and setting up flutter-based application with pre-defined basic workflows is very straightforward and intuitive, just login to Dashboard, click “Add New App on Web…

Igor Kurochka

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