Join Kevin Ford for an in-depth discussion in this video Set up code push frequency, part of Visual Studio App Center for Developers.
Finally, we can save the file, and now update this in Source Tree. In Source Tree, we'll commit out changes by going commit, put in a comment, add Code Push, and then press the commit button. We also want to create an IPA to run this on an iOS device. So I'm going to go to X-code real quick, and in X-code with our workspace open, we're going to want to make sure our signing profiles are set up correctly, and we're going to go up to product, and archive.
Once the archive process is complete, we can now select our archive and export it. So I'll select enterprise and click next. And next again. And we'll select a profile. And we'll select the Lynda Enterprise profile. And next. And once that's complete, we'll press the export button and save this to our desktop.
Then we can go back into appcenter, open our React Native app for iOS, and we're going to create a new distribution, send it out to our collaborators group, click on distribute new release, and we'll open up the directory that we just created from our archival process. We'll take the IPA in there and drag and drop it on release upload IPA file. Click next. We'll leave the notes blank.
Click next. Leave it at the collaborators group, and distribute that release. And now we can download this release onto an iPhone.
- Adding applications to the VSAC
- Using custom build scripts
- Creating iOS and Android builds
- Creating UI tests
- Automating tests
- Distributing apps
- Examining crash logs and analytics
- Adding push notifications
- Using CodePush for deployments