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The no-code approach to continuous integration (CI) on mobile projects works reasonably well when teams start with one or two developers, a small project, and a cloud service. Over time, as a team grows and a project becomes more complex, it is natural to transition to self-hosted runners for faster feedback, more reliable tests, and code in production. This is the low-code approach to automation, as it has evolved. 

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