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From Tommy Williams <>
Subject Re: Integrate binaries (apk / ipa) upload to stores into Cordova CLI
Date Sat, 07 Nov 2015 00:08:30 GMT
I am with Jesse… I think it would be great, but wouldn’t hold my breath.

Also agree documenting the process would be fantastic both as a reality check and a resource
for our users.

The more we can provide after "Hello World", the better.

- tommy

On 7 November 2015 at 09:54:41, Jesse ( wrote:

Yes, I too see the value, but I think it's a bit of wishful thinking. I  
would love to be proven wrong though.  
There are vast differences between the stores submission processes, as well  
as the meta that they require. In the case of iOS, you would likely need to  
scrape the website and live with the possibility that Apple could break it  
at any time.  

I would like to see someone come up with a definitive list of the manual  
steps to take to submit an app to all the stores before we even consider  
automating the process.  
Even as a document alone this would be a great help to our users.  


On Fri, Nov 6, 2015 at 1:52 PM, Parashuram N <> wrote:  

> I think this is a great idea. I understand that we already have a package  
> command and this could be a logical extension. However, will this be a  
> functionality that can be supported on multiple stores ? I am not sure if  
> this is legal on an iOS store.  
> On 11/6/15, 2:41 AM, "M Alexandre" <> wrote:  
> >Hello Cordova devs,  
> >  
> >Because Cordova CLI is a great tool for command line for almost everything  
> >about creating, building hybrids apps, it would be great to include a new  
> >command for uploading the generated binaries to the app stores.  
> >  
> >As far as I know, nothing exists at the moment in Cordova. I succeeded  
> >patching gradle scripts for including this feature so I could upload my  
> own  
> >generated APK to my Google Play account from a cordova command. This is  
> >very useful for including Cordova apps into Continuous Integration.  
> >  
> >Did you already think about that ? We could :  
> >  
> > 1. add an option to the "build" command => "cordova build -- release  
> > --upload"  
> > 2. or "cordova upload", that needs to build a release version of the  
> > package  
> >  
> >I described the steps and published a "dirty patch" on  
> >  
> for Android.  
> >  
> >Thanks for your feedback.  
> >--  
> >Maxime  

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