Easily setup signing for your project with Tuist 1.11.0 Volare
I am really excited to write this blog post as we have a great new feature for you to use - and this feature is signing 🔑
So, let’s dive right into it 🏊♂️
Signing is one of the most complicated domains that iOS developers have to deal with in Xcode. And although Apple has introduced automatic signing feature, most teams have decided not to use it as it creates a messy environment for their team.
With the new feature, you’ll be able to put your provisioning profiles and certificates
Tuist/Signing directory and … just run
tuist generate. That’s it!
No figuring out how to set up the Xcode build settings as that is done for you.
And as a plus your signing artifacts will be automatically encrypted with
your key at
master.key, so you can safely push it to your remote
repository, so other team members can run the apps on a device, too ✨
You can find more info in the documentation
You can also check out an introduction video where we show you the feature in action:
Feel free to try it out and let us know your feedback! 🙂
Note that we are also working hard on automating the process of generating provisioning profiles and certificates for you. Stay tuned 👀
We are still continuing to work on
build feature, thanks to @pepibumur
it is now possible to run
tuist build --configuration Configuration to specify the configuration you want to build.
There is more to come, so keep yourself updated 📝
- Thanks to @davidbrunow there is now support for Watch architecture ⌚
tuist buildbuilding a wrong workspace #1427 by @fortmarek
tuist editalways creates a project in a new temp dir #1424 by @fortmarek
tuist scaffoldwith new ArgumentParser version #1425 by @fortmarek
--cleanargument ot the build command #1421 by @pepibumur
To try out the new
signing feature run
We are also extremely happy to see more teams adopting tuist
as they are trying to achieve scalable projects
that are still joy to work on!
Thanks for reading and stay safe.