CI/CD for Flutter is a piece of cake with fastlane and Codemagic. Setting up test automation and CI/CD for mobile apps is something that our team at commonly has to do for our projects. We established a template that we use to jump-start CI/CD setup for new projects.
Setting up test automation and CI/CD for mobile apps is something that our team at ITCraftship commonly has to do for our projects. It’s a repeatable task, but for every app that we’ve been setting this up, it took a significant time (even up to 2 days).
Based on five years of experience in configuring iOS and Android builds using fastlane for native and hybrid mobile technologies (Cordova, Capacitor, React Native, and Flutter) we established a template that we use to jump-start CI/CD setup for new projects.
This tutorial will present a step by step guide on how to setup Codemagic CI with *fastlane *and publish the Truth or Dare game to both App Store and Google Play using your own developer accounts. The steps will allow you to customize your app name, so modifying this for your specific application will hardly be a challenge.
Good luck releasing your apps!
Truth or Dare Feature graphic
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