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Jason Davis

Iconscout: Developing on Mac mini for Windows Developers

Iconscout needed a way to develop plugins for Mac apps, and keep everything running well in their CI pipeline. They looked to MacStadium to help get things started. Read their story now.

October 2020
October 2020

Cycling 74: Dedicated Resources and Platform Flexibility with Mac mini

Cycling '74 needed the flexibility to develop software on multiple platforms using cross-platform languages. Jump in and see how they did it with a Mac mini at MacStadium.

September 2020
October 2020

Relay FM: Flexible, Shared Remote Mac mini Access

Relay FM never wanted to be limited in what they could do with a machine, so they selected a Mac mini at MacStadium, allowing them to basically do anything these needed, all with the power of macOS in the cloud.

September 2020
September 2020

TestFairy: Bulletproof Testing on Mac mini

TestFairy needed reliability to ensure their code would perform flawlessly, and they're using a Mac mini at MacStadium to ship out bulletproof code. We got their mini story from TestFairy Co-founder, Yair Bar-On.

September 2020
September 2020

Benepass: iOS CI with Mac mini

Benepass set up their iOS CI pipeline using a Mac mini at MacStadium. We spoke with the lead engineer and chief technology officer at Benepass to see how they leveraged their mini to grow their business.

August 2020
September 2020

MacStadium Sees 3x Increase in Utilization as Developers Work From Home

While the COVID-19 pandemic continues, many of us are finding new ways to collaborate online with our coworkers. At MacStadium, we've noticed a huge increase in utilization.

May 2020
May 2020

5 Outrageously Popular Open-Source iOS Libraries

Reusable code that follows industry standards is important for delivering projects quickly and maintaining a code base with multiple collaborators. We’ve put together this list of popular open-source libraries for iOS.

April 2020
April 2020