Mark DiFranco walks through the steps necessary to download build artifacts from a completed integration. Learn how to find the identifiers for your Xcode Server instance, and download the .ipa from a successful build.
- [Instructor] A useful result of a bot's integration…is depackaged application, or .ipa file…which you can install onto your phone.…If you'd like to keep them in a particular location,…you can download them using the assets endpoint.…To make this request, we first need to get the path…to the .ipa file we want to download.…Before we start downloading the artifacts,…let's first make sure that our build has created them.…If we head over to Xcode and open up an integration,…we should see the .ipa file and the archive listed…under build results.…
If you don't see this, make sure that you've…signed into your team by going to…the Xcode project and specifying your team…under signing, and make sure you have…updated provisioning files.…Now let's head over to Postman…to start making some requests.…The first thing we need is the identifier…of the integration that holds the artifacts.…To get a list of integrations,…we'll make a request to our root url/api/bots,…and then we'll specify our bot's identifier.…
They we'll append integrations.…
- What is continuous integration?
- Setting up Xcode Server
- Creating a bot for your project
- Monitoring your bot
- Using Xcode Server API
- Starting a new integration
- Downloading build artifacts
Skill Level Intermediate
Q: This course was updated on 11/09/2017. What changed?
A: The following topics were updated: Xcode Server and installing Xcode Server.