Learn how to download mobile apps from appdome after you have completed a build using Appdome’s no code mobile development and security platform.
More and more mobile developers and app makers are using Appdome as part of mobile integration lifecycles. At the end of the integration flow, the user can either distribute the application automatically or download the App, and deploy it manually. This can be done either for local testing or for production deployment
This Knowledge Base article provides step-by-step instructions for using Appdome in a mobile integration lifecycle, downloading for testing and manually deploying fully integrated mobile apps to enterprise and public app stores.
We hope you find this knowledge base useful and enjoy using Appdome!
Appdome is a mobile integration platform as a service (iPaaS) that allows users to add a wide variety of features, SDKs, and APIs to Android and iOS apps. Using a simple ‘click to add’ user interface, Appdome allows anyone to easily integrate features to any mobile app – instantly, no code or coding required.
In order to use deploying apps on Appdome, you’ll need:
Make sure you have completed your integration project on Appdome. To complete a mobile integration project, upload an app, select the services you want to be added to the app, and click “Build My App”. To Learn How to Create an Appdome Integrated App, read this Knowledge Base.
Once you have created a Built app on Appdome, the next step is signing the Fused app. To learn How to Sign an Appdome Built App, read this Knowledge Base. Or, feel free to see these helpful articles – Signing iOS app and Signing an Android. Even in cases where you plan to sign the application locally, private signing must be selected prior to downloading the app.
After downloading the application it can be deployed via the standard deployment methods in Apple PlayStore, Google Play or the EMM stores Intune / Maas360 / VMWare Workspace ONE (AirWatch) / MobileIron / BlackBerry.
Alternatively, the app can sideload the application for testing:
For iOS applications, to install the app on the device, you will need iTunes or XCode.
For Android applications. you will need Android Studio or similar Android utility to load your Android app. Another option is to load the Built app to a cloud service like Box, Dropbox or Google Drive and download and install from the cloud.
Check out Appdome’s Automatically Deploy Appdome Built Apps to App Stores Blog or request a demo at any time.
If you have any questions, please send them our way at email@example.com or via the chat window on the Appdome platform.