V1.27

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V1.27

Post by splash21 » Wed Jun 11, 2014 2:23 pm

iOS
I've added the ability to create the .ipa file alongside the app bundle - for testing apps with services like testflight. You can also optionally create the html and plist files for distributing your app on a web site / drop box, etc. Finally, you can automatically transfer the files to a remote site when the build finishes.

Android
Since all you have to do for android is to link to the apk file, I think adding the remote file copy is all that will be required to get the same functionality as above.

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Example values for automatically copying the files to your server
(I've had to use code blocks to prevent the URL's getting messed up by the forum)

SCP (using your private key)

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  Download URL : the (folder) URL you will download from, example : https://www.myServer.com/testApp/
  Copy command : the shell command, example: scp -i ~/.ssh/MyPrivateKey [FILES] myUserName@myServer.com:public_html/testApp/
FTP (NOT SECURE!)

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  Download URL : the (folder) URL you will download from, example : https://www.myServer.com/testApp/
  Copy command : ftp -u ftp://myUserName:myPassword@myServer.com/public_html/testApp/ [FILES]
In the examples above, MobGUI will replace [FILES] with the file names to be transferred.


DropBox

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  Manually copy the files to your app's folder inside the dropbox public folder
  Download URL : the URL of the folder within your public folder, example : https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/123456/testApp/

If anyone gets a chance to test, then please leave some feedback - thanks! :D
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Re: V1.27 - iOS extras - android next

Post by splash21 » Thu Jun 12, 2014 2:30 pm

I noticed that if the app name contains spaces, that causes a problem, so the next update should fix that as well as having some extra android functionality.
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