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Building fantastic iOS apps requires a developer to do many chores that aren't directly related to building their specific app - things like checking tests are run on every pull request, keeping provisioning profiles up to date, managing test releases, and manually submitting builds to the app store.
Chris and his friends built buddybuild, which makes it simple to automate these tasks, by removing the complexities previously involved when cobbling together disparate build, deployment feedback and crash reporting systems. Enabling you to focus on what you do best - building your apps.
In this workshop, Chris will walk through using buddybuild to build an iOS app, add tests, set up code signing, send builds to out to test groups, collect testers' feedback and crash reports, then ultimately submit the app to the App Store.
In just 90 minutes, you'll learn how to take your app from source code to App Store submission.
Easily follow along during the workshop using this sample project.
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