Signing Fused mobile apps is easy, effortless, and doesn’t require any prior knowledge in app signing on Appdome. Users have the flexibility of signing apps inside or outside of Appdome. We encourage you to use the built-in app signing functionality in Appdome, due to a multiple input validation mechanisms to ensure proper signing. Notice that deploying an app from Appdome platform is only possible if it has been signed properly. If you choose to privately sign your app that is fine with us.
Signing apps built in any development environment including Native Android and iOS apps, hybrid apps and non-native apps built in Xamarin, Cordova, and React Native, Ionic and more is fully compatible on Appdome. On Appdome, you can also sign an iOS application that contains extensions such as WatchKit, Share, Notification, File and Documents Providers and more. If your Apple provisioning profile has expired we will tell you it has when you sign a Fused app to assist in your installations. This robust implementation cuts deployment cycles and allows one to sign applications from a third-party vendor.
We hope you find this knowledge base useful and enjoy using Appdome!
Prerequisites for Signing Mobile Apps on Appdome
In order to sign an app on Appdome, you’ll need:
- Fused mobile app
- Signing Credentials
How to Sign Any Mobile App on Appdome
For information on signing Fused apps please refer to knowledge base articles signing iOS and Android apps.
- How do I sign iOS apps on Appdome?
- How do I sign Android apps on Appdome?
- How do I sign iOS apps off Appdome? (Requires Appdome-GO)
- How do I sign Android apps off Appdome? (Requires Appdome-GO)
- How do I sign iOS apps with Auto-DEV Private Signing? (Requires Appdome-DEV)
- How do I sign Android apps with Auto-DEV Private Signing? (Requires Appdome-DEV)
How Do I Learn More?
If you have any questions, please send them our way at email@example.com or via the chat window on the Appdome platform.
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