Fastlane is a tool that every serious iOS developer should know. It was created out of the pain that came from interacting with iTunes Connect in its early days. Although the iTunes Connect interface has become much better, fastlane still has a lot to offer by automating and easing the process of interacting with the Developer Portal and iTunes Connect.
In this Coffee Break Course, Envato Tuts+ instructor Markus Mühlberger will teach you how to use fastlane to screenshot and submit your iOS app from the command line. After watching this course, you should be able to create automated workflows for adding your app to the iTunes Store, including metadata, binaries, and bundled screenshots in many different languages and screen sizes.
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1.Submit and Screenshot Your iOS App With fastlane2 lessons, 12:33
1. Submit and Screenshot Your iOS App With fastlane
[MUSIC] Managing all the metadata for your app and creating screenshots for many devices can be very tedious, especially when you are supporting multiple languages. In this Coffee Break course I will show you how fastlane can help you to get those tasks done in a breeze. After watching it, you will be able to automatically create screenshots on multiple devices and multiple languages and submit your app for review with a single command.