In this video, learn how to enable Xcode Server once you've installed the macOS Server app. Mark walks through the steps required to set up Xcode Server. Then, learn how you can integrate the server into Xcode.
- Xcode server is a component of the Xcode application.…So we're going to begin by opening Xcode.…You can find it in the applications folder.…Once Xcode is open, we're going to go to the top left here…in the status bar and click Xcode, and then…we're going to click preferences.…Once we have this window open, we're going to…look for server and bots, which is…in the top right corner and click that.…Now all we need to do is click…the switch to turn on Xcode server.…You'll have to put in your password for this.…Here we need to select a user…that Xcode will use to run the builds.…
It's recommended that you use a non-administrative user.…Since we don't have one, let's create…a new account for that.…Leave the full name and account name…as Xcode Server and we'll input our password now.…Once that's done, click continue.…You may see an alert like this.…You can click 'Always Allow.'…So now Xcode is prompting us to sign in…as the new Xcode Server user to run integrations.…
Let's click the login button now to do that.…So now we've signed into the new Xcode Server user.…
- 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.