Mark DiFranco dives into the Xcode Server API for starting a new integration for a given bot. Learn how to find the identifiers for your Xcode Server instance.
- [Instructor] If you're interested in providing…a custom trigger for integrating one of your bots,…you simply need to post to the bot's integrations endpoint.…Here's an example of what the endpoint might look like.…The identifier in the URL is the identifier for the bot.…Let's look into how we can find the identifier.…To perform the get request,…we're going to use an app called Postman.…Postman will simulate the request for us.…Now let's make a get request to find out…the identifier of our bot.…Let's start by entering the host name of our server,…making sure to specify port 20343,…and then we'll add slash api slash bots.…
Let's try making the request.…We're not getting a response here because…self-signed SSL certificates are being blocked.…Let's turn that off by going to Postman, Preferences,…and then selecting SSL Certificate Verification…and turning it off.…Let's close this window and try…making the request one more time.…Now we can see the results below.…Let's collapse some of these objects…to get a better idea of what we're seeing.…
- 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.