How much time do you spend every time you need to release a new version of your Xamarin app? Is it minutes, hours, or days?
To release the Xamarin.iOS project, you need to:
build the app
test to make sure it works properly
create an IPA file, and make sure it works properly
upload it manually to the AppStore...
and then repeat the same process for the Android version of your Xamarin app. In case you need to show it to QA before you submit, the process gets even longer.
But what if there was a way to run this process automatically? Without you having to bother with all mentioned above?
Wouldn't that be great?
QA gets the beta version, they approve it, and the version is automatically released to production every single time.
Luckily, this is possible.
Enter Azure DevOps.
Enter "Mobile DevOps: Release Xamarin Apps Automatically" course.
In the "Mobile DevOps: Release Xamarin Apps Automatically" course, I'm going to show you how to quickly and easily set up the automated build and release process, that will:
I'm going to guide you step-by-step through the whole process, from start to finish. In a clear, and easy to understand way, you are going to learn how to set up your own release process, which will save you hours and hours of manual work in the years to come.
"Mobile DevOps: Release Xamarin Apps Automatically" course comes with 30 days money-back guarantee. If you don't like this course, just request a refund.
No hard feelings. My goal is to make you a happy Xamarin developer who will know how to use Azure DevOps, so you can actually make the app build and release phases an easier process.
With all that being said, click the enroll button and I’ll see you inside!