ionic package build
Create a package build on Appflow
This command creates a package build on Appflow. While the build is running, it prints the remote build log to the terminal. If the build is successful, it downloads the created app package file in the current directory. Downloading build artifacts can be skipped by supplying the flag
--commit, every option can be specified using the full name setup within the
--signing-certificate option is mandatory for any iOS build but not for Android debug builds.
Customizing the build:
--native-configoptions can be used to customize the groups of values exposed to the build.
- Override the preferred platform with
--build-stack. This is useful for building older iOS apps.
Deploying the build to an App Store:
--destinationoption can be used to deliver the app created by the build to the configured App Store. This can be used only together with build type
releasefor Android and build types
Downloading build artifacts:
- By default once the build is complete, all artifacts are downloaded for the selected platform.
--artifact-typeoption can be used to limit artifact downloads to only of that type. For instance, with Android, you can specify
aabif you do not wish to download
The platform to package (
The build type (
The group of environment variables exposed to your build
The group of native config variables exposed to your build
The configuration to deploy the build artifact to the app store
The name for the downloaded build file
The artifact type (
Skip downloading build artifacts after command succeeds.
Commit (defaults to HEAD)
Target platform (
The name for the downloaded ipa file
The name for the downloaded dsym file
The name for the downloaded apk file
The name for the downloaded aab file