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Fastlane iOS Release Automation

April 29, 2016

At eHarmony, we aim to deploy rapidly to our mobile platforms. Lately it’s become increasingly complicated to release all our native mobile applications both domestically and internationally. In the past we relied on custom tools to automate the process, which added development overhead. Now we’ve adopted Fastlane tools; with just a few lines of code, […]

One Year Anniversary Swift Meetup

August 7, 2015

The eHarmony Mobile development team recently organized a Swift LA meetup to discuss some of the exciting new features revealed at Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) 2015. Find out about new features in Swift 2, useful tools for working with Swift, and how to migrate existing projects to Swift. eHarmony’s Mobile Development team recently organized […]

Touch ID Security & iOS 8

October 7, 2014

The next Blog post in our series on ‘Modernizing a Mobile App’ looks at implementing Apple’s Touch ID security. The fingerprint scanner on the iPhone 5s enables Touch ID to identify users, and allows us to quickly authenticate them before they get to check out their new eHarmony matches. As eHarmony’s Senior iOS Development Manager […]

Modernizing a Mobile App

August 14, 2014

Keeping an app up-to-date with the steady flow of new features released by mobile device companies is a daunting task. Read about the efforts of the mobile team at eHarmony to clean up and redesign our mobile apps. Many of you old-timers out there have been through this on desktop applications, server apps, and old […]