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Build Status Maintainability

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Google Play Track

Track Azure Pipeline Google Play Url
Production N/A N/A
Beta N/A N/A
Alpha N/A N/A
Internal Build Status Secret


  1. Make directory {ROOT}/Secure
  2. Create empty file {ROOT}/Secure/google-play-service-account-key.json
  3. Create empty file {ROOT}/Secure/google-play-upload-key.jks
  4. Create file {ROOT}/Secure/signing.gradle content:
signingConfigs {
    release { }
  1. Create file {ROOT}/Secure/version.gradle content:
ext {
    instantVersionCode = 1
    installedVersionCode = 2
    versionNamePostfix = 1
    googlePlayTrack = "internal"
  1. Create file {ROOT}/Secure/key.gradle content:
ext {
    gnaviApiKey = ""
  1. Build.


Key configuration locate {ROOT}/Secure/key.gradle.

Set Up CI/CD (for Developer as a other application)

First, clone repository.

important files:

  • .codeclimate.yml
  • azure-pipelines.yml
  • azure-pipelines-track-**.yml
  • build.gradle
  • configuration.gradle
  • app/build.gradle

Next, upload your repository to Github.

Code Climate

  1. Sign up Code Climate Quality using Github account
  2. Add Repository as a Open Source
  3. Go to repository settings
  4. Select Github
  5. Enable to Pull request comments, Inline issue comments and Pull request stats updates

Google Play


  • use Google Play App Signin
  • enable Google Play Publisher API
  1. Make credential file in Android Studio, save to {ROOT}/Secure/google-play-upload-key.jks
  2. Make signin setting file {ROOT}/Secure/signing.gradle
signingConfigs  {
    release {
        storeFile file("../Secure/google-play-upload-key.jks")
        storePassword "{YOUR_PASSWORD}"
        keyAlias "{YOUR_ALIAS}"
        keyPassword "{YOUR_PASSWORD}"
  1. Make first Android App Bundle file, example command: gradlew bundleRelease
  2. Open Google Play Console
  3. Make new application
  4. Set all information of required settings
  5. Add first bundle file to target track, example: internal
  6. Go to setting
  7. Select API access
  8. Enable link Google Play Android Developer
  9. Create service account
  10. Download created service account key as a json, save to {ROOT}/Secure/google-play-service-account-key.json
  11. Add permissions to created service account in Google Play Console settings

Azure Pipeline CI

  1. Set up Azure Pipeline from Github Marketplace, make Azure Pipeline project
  2. Set up first pipeline from azure-pipelines.yml

Azure Pipeline CD (for each track)

if added secure files, skip to 6

  1. Open pipeline's Library
  2. Select Secure files
  3. Add {ROOT}/Secure/google-play-service-account-key.json
  4. Add {ROOT}/Secure/google-play-upload-key.jks
  5. Add {ROOT}/Secure/signing.gradle
  6. Add {ROOT}/Secure/key.gradle
  7. Create pipeline from azure-pipelines-track-***.yml
  8. Open created pipeline, click Edit
  9. Click Edit in the visual designer
  10. Select Triggers, select Pull request validation
  11. Enable Override YAML Pull Request trigger from here
  12. Check Disable pull request validation, this option mean is Security for guard from pull request attack
  13. Save setting

when not download secure file, see that: