Developers need to get off their chair and move in the big bad world to test dynamic location applications before releasing it to test users. If you are anything like me, getting off my chair is hard. As we build the plug and play stack for dynamic location, we want to provide developers an environment that easy to test faster and reliably before going live. With this intent, we are announcing our first testing tool, TestDrive. TestDrive is available as an easy download on the App Store and Play Store.
Back in April, in this blog post, we explained the design philosophy behind the HyperTrack dashboard. Over last two months, we got the dashboard ready for our early users. Today, we are excited to make the live demo available to all our users. Visit dashboard.hypertrack.io/demo to see what we have built.
At HyperTrack, we are building APIs and SDKs which enable developers to track and trace local deliveries. Developers integrate HyperTrack’s tracking SDK into the app that drivers use to mark the start and end of their pickup and delivery tasks. We deploy our SDKs as frameworks and distribute it via Cocoapods – a popular dependency management tool. Having lost few hours every time we deployed our SDK, we gave
Fastlane a spin and found ourselves pleasantly surprised with the result.