Publishing
Learn how to publish Self-Hosted Wisej Mobile applications.
Publishing the Wisej Mobile packages to the app store is the same as for any other Xcode or Android Studio project.

The Basics

Android

  • Android APK
  • Android Developer Account

iOS

  • iOS Build Package
  • Apple Developer Account (Individual or Enterprise)

Generating the Build

Android

After you build and sign the release version of your app, the next step is to upload it to Google Play to inspect, test, and publish your app. Before you get started, you might want to make sure you satisfy the following:
  1. 1.
    If you haven't already done so, enroll into Play App Signing, which is the recommended way to upload and sign your app. If you build and upload an Android App Bundle, you must enroll in app Play App Signing.
After you've met the requirements above, go ahead and upload your app to the Play Console:
Prepare and roll out a release - Play Console Help
Google Play Prepare Release

iOS

To use any of the distribution methods, you first create an archive of your app. An archive is a build of your app, including debugging information, that Xcode stores in a bundle.
In the main window of your Xcode project, choose a target and a build-only device or real device from the Scheme toolbar menu. If the target is a simulator, you can’t create an archive. Then, choose Product > Archive to build the target, and create the archive that will appear in the Archives organizer.
You can open the Archives organizer directly by choosing Window > Organizer. If you want to confirm your app is ready to submit to TestFlight or the App Store without submitting it yet, select your archive and then click Validate App. Xcode will perform a limited, automated initial validation of the app and provide feedback.
Apple Developer Documentation
Distributing an iOS App for Beta Testing & Release
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