Learn how to Auto Publish Secured Android & iOS Apps to app stores. Publish API to Google Play & Apple App Store. This article will cover how to Secure, integrate and deploy any Android and iOS apps in minutes as part of your CI/CD workflow.
More and more mobile developers and app makers are using Appdome as part of continuous mobile integration and deployment lifecycles (CI/CD). Adding an SDK, API, service, standard or feature to a mobile app is not a one-time event. Each time the new service or the mobile app changes, updates need to be made to ensure the service and app perform as expected. Appdome’s no code mobile integration platform makes continuous mobile integration easy and painless.
This Knowledge Base article provides step-by-step instructions for using Appdome in a continuous mobile integration lifecycle, automatically deploying fully integrated mobile apps to enterprise and public app stores.
We hope you find this knowledge base useful and enjoy using Appdome!
Once your app is signed, you can access the Deploy Tab.
Note: If you previously built and signed an app, but you created a new Fusion Set, or you are in the process of building an app, you might see “No Builds for App” or “Your Built App Is Not Signed Yet” in the deploy page:
After signing the app on Appdome, can you download the new app’s binary to your computer and manually deploy in any way.
Alternatively, you can use Appdome’s to automatically deploy your app to the store of your choice.
For most stores, you will need to supply login credentials and additional information to complete the deployment. You can read more here:
If your account is Appdome-Dev class enabled, you can also automatically deploy the app to the public stores. You can read more here:
In order to use deploying apps on Appdome, you’ll need:
Check out Appdome’s Automatically Deploy Appdome-Fused Apps to App Stores Blog or request a demo at any time.
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