No more certificate hassle with Fastlane in Visual Studio for Mac

No more certificate hassle with Fastlane in Visual Studio for Mac

If you have been working on iOS applications, you probably have pulled your hair out at some point. The signing of the application binary can be a real brain teaser. While there is no way around it, Microsoft is on a mission to automate it as much as possible. Enter Fastlane. Out with the old… … Read moreNo more certificate hassle with Fastlane in Visual Studio for Mac

Different app icons for different configurations in Xamarin

Different app icons for different configurations in Xamarin

When you start sending out versions of your app for testing purposes in a corporate environment, it might be desirable to being able to distinguish them, or maybe even run two version simultaneously. This is just one of the many situations that can be implemented by making use of the MSBuild conditions. In this post … Read moreDifferent app icons for different configurations in Xamarin

Continuous Integration & Continuous Delivery for your Xamarin App – Video edition

This is a talk I did on a local Meetup group about continuous integration and continuous delivery for you Xamarin app. Mainly based on VSTS and HockeyApp but also naming some alternatives like Bitrise, TestFairy, Play Store and the App Store.

Because of time pressure it was a bit of a rush so if you have any questions please let me know!

Continuous integration/continuous delivery for your Xamarin app with VSTS and HockeyApp – Part Android

VSTS loves HockeyApp and Android too!

In addition to my previous posts about this subject, I got some reactions that it was iOS only! And I can’t deny that. If you haven’t noticed by now, I’m an iOS guy and I’m proud of it! Nevertheless, one of the main advantages of Xamarin is that you can swing both ways (and even … Read moreContinuous integration/continuous delivery for your Xamarin app with VSTS and HockeyApp – Part Android

Continuous integration/continuous delivery for your Xamarin app with VSTS and HockeyApp – Part 2

VSTS loves HockeyApp

In my previous post I have talked about how to create a build definition with VSTS and setup your Mac build agent yourself. In this post I will extend that build definition so we can publish our app automatically to HockeyApp. Also I will explain how you can do the same for your Android app, a bit about … Read moreContinuous integration/continuous delivery for your Xamarin app with VSTS and HockeyApp – Part 2

Continuous integration/continuous delivery for your Xamarin app with VSTS and HockeyApp – Part 1

VSTS loves HockeyApp

Continuous delivery is the new agile This is a quote a saw on Twitter by Sander Hoogendoorn and it seems that he is kind of right. Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Delivery (DI) are rapidly becoming more and more popular and together with that there are a lot of tools to support you with that, including … Read moreContinuous integration/continuous delivery for your Xamarin app with VSTS and HockeyApp – Part 1