Create new iOS apps on iTunes Connect and Dev Portal using your command line
produce creates new iOS apps on both the Apple Developer Portal and iTunes Connect with the minimum required information.
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produce is part of fastlane: The easiest way to automate beta deployments and releases for your iOS and Android apps.
- Create new apps on both iTunes Connect and the Apple Developer Portal
- Modify Application Services on the Apple Developer Portal
- Create App Groups on the Apple Developer Portal
- Associate apps with App Groups on the Apple Developer Portal
- Support for multiple Apple accounts, storing your credentials securely in the Keychain
sudo gem install fastlane
Creating a new application
To get a list of all available parameters:
fastlane produce --help
Commands: associate_group Associate with a group, which is create if needed or simply located otherwise create Creates a new app on iTunes Connect and the Apple Developer Portal disable_services Disable specific Application Services for a specific app on the Apple Developer Portal enable_services Enable specific Application Services for a specific app on the Apple Developer Portal group Ensure that a specific App Group exists help Display global or [command] help documentation Global Options: -u, --username STRING Your Apple ID Username (PRODUCE_USERNAME) -a, --app_identifier STRING App Identifier (Bundle ID, e.g. com.krausefx.app) (PRODUCE_APP_IDENTIFIER) -e, --bundle_identifier_suffix STRING App Identifier Suffix (Ignored if App Identifier does not ends with .*) (PRODUCE_APP_IDENTIFIER_SUFFIX) -q, --app_name STRING App Name (PRODUCE_APP_NAME) -z, --app_version STRING Initial version number (e.g. '1.0') (PRODUCE_VERSION) -y, --sku STRING SKU Number (e.g. '1234') (PRODUCE_SKU) -m, --language STRING Primary Language (e.g. 'English', 'German') (PRODUCE_LANGUAGE) -c, --company_name STRING The name of your company. Only required if it's the first app you create (PRODUCE_COMPANY_NAME) -i, --skip_itc Skip the creation of the app on iTunes Connect (PRODUCE_SKIP_ITC) -d, --skip_devcenter Skip the creation of the app on the Apple Developer Portal (PRODUCE_SKIP_DEVCENTER) -b, --team_id STRING The ID of your team if you're in multiple teams (PRODUCE_TEAM_ID) -l, --team_name STRING The name of your team if you're in multiple teams (PRODUCE_TEAM_NAME) -h, --help Display help documentation -v, --version Display version information
Enabling / Disabling Application Services
If you want to enable Application Services for an App ID (HomeKit and HealthKit in this example):
fastlane produce enable_services --homekit --healthkit
If you want to disable Application Services for an App ID (iCloud in this case):
fastlane produce disable_services --icloud
If you want to create a new App Group:
fastlane produce group -g group.krausefx -n "Example App Group"
If you want to associate an app with an App Group:
fastlane produce associate_group -a com.krausefx.app group.krausefx
Get a list of all available options using
fastlane produce enable_services --help
--app-group Enable App Groups --apple-pay Enable Apple Pay --associated-domains Enable Associated Domains --data-protection STRING Enable Data Protection, suitable values are "complete", "unlessopen" and "untilfirstauth" --game-center Enable Game Center --healthkit Enable HealthKit --homekit Enable HomeKit --wireless-conf Enable Wireless Accessory Configuration --icloud STRING Enable iCloud, suitable values are "legacy" and "cloudkit" --in-app-purchase Enable In-App Purchase --inter-app-audio Enable Inter-App-Audio --passbook Enable Passbook --push-notification Enable Push notification (only enables the service, does not configure certificates) --sirikit Enable SiriKit --vpn-conf Enable VPN Configuration
fastlane produce disable_services --help
--app-group Disable App Groups --apple-pay Disable Apple Pay --associated-domains Disable Associated Domains --data-protection Disable Data Protection --game-center Disable Game Center --healthkit Disable HealthKit --homekit Disable HomeKit --wireless-conf Disable Wireless Accessory Configuration --icloud Disable iCloud --in-app-purchase Disable In-App Purchase --inter-app-audio Disable Inter-App-Audio --passbook Disable Passbook --push-notification Disable Push notifications --sirikit Disable SiriKit --vpn-conf Disable VPN Configuration
All available values can also be passed using environment variables, run
fastlane produce --help to get a list of all available parameters.
Fastfile should look like this
lane :release do produce( username: 'email@example.com', app_identifier: 'com.krausefx.app', app_name: 'MyApp', language: 'English', app_version: '1.0', sku: '123', team_name: 'SunApps GmbH' # only necessary when in multiple teams ) deliver end
To use the newly generated app in
deliver, you need to add this line to your
This will tell
App ID to use, since the app is not yet available in the App Store.
You'll still have to fill out the remaining information (like screenshots, app description and pricing). You can use deliver to upload your app metadata using a CLI
How is my password stored?
fastlane: The easiest way to automate beta deployments and releases for your iOS and Android apps
deliver: Upload screenshots, metadata and your app to the App Store
snapshot: Automate taking localized screenshots of your iOS app on every device
frameit: Quickly put your screenshots into the right device frames
pem: Automatically generate and renew your push notification profiles
sigh: Because you would rather spend your time building stuff than fighting provisioning
cert: Automatically create and maintain iOS code signing certificates
spaceship: Ruby library to access the Apple Dev Center and iTunes Connect
pilot: The best way to manage your TestFlight testers and builds from your terminal
boarding: The easiest way to invite your TestFlight beta testers
gym: Building your iOS apps has never been easier
scan: The easiest way to run tests of your iOS and Mac app
match: Easily sync your certificates and profiles across your team using git
Please submit an issue on GitHub and provide information about your setup
Code of Conduct
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produce open and inclusive. Please read and follow our Code of Conduct.
This project is licensed under the terms of the MIT license. See the LICENSE file.
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