The new Tuist release 1.11.0 Volare introduces a signing feature to help you with maintaining and integrating your signing artifacts.
This blog post introduces the latest version of Tuist, 1.10 Alma, that starts making projects the source of truth for automation too by providing a standard command, "tuist build", for building projects.
In this blog post we announce the latest version of Tuist, 1.9.0, which introduces significant improvements in the performance of the project generation.
In this blog post I talk about how Xcode's determinism and speed relates to the static nature of Xcode projects, and how Tuist leverages dynamism to help teams overcome the challenges of scaling up projects.
In this blog post I talk about the Tuist verion 1.8.0 and the improvements that come with it. One of those is being able to define localized sources in the targets. Moreover, we changed the way we read the Swift version to always read it from the environment.
In this blog post I share my thoughts on why I think Tuist is a good choice to scale up Xcode projects, and guide the reader through what I believe are key features to make that easy.
Easier manifests editing and safer configurations with Tuist 1.7.1
Tuist's new version 1.5.0 brings scaffold command, performance improvements and Mint support
The just released version of Tuist, 1.4.0, adds support for printing more verbose logs, and configuring the Xcode organization.
The newest release brings you many bugfixes and improvements. However with the number of contributors steadily growing the team has also been busy thinking and writing about the direction of Tuist. We have a rough plan for Tuist 2.0 and work has started on compiling a manifesto to explain a bit more about the goals and values of the project.