⚠ Important announcement: Worona's platform and services will not be available after October 20, 2018. Learn more.
"Do It Yourself" Publish
If you've decided to publish your app yourself, you have landed on the right spot. This guide will walk you through the first steps of how to publish your mobile app and compile the app source code using PhoneGap Build.
Requirements for publishing
In order to submit your app to the stores you need to have your own Apple and Google developer accounts, and a Mac computer to upload the iOS app to the Apple App Store.
The price of the developer accounts is:
- Google Developer Account - One time $25 registration fee.
- Apple Developer Account - An annual $99 fee.
Download Worona .zip file
After configuring your mobile app, go to
Publish > App Store & Google Play, and follow the instructions indicated on this page.
Once you are in the step 3 (Publish), click the
Download button to get a
.zip file with the source code.
Compile your app with PhoneGap Build
Once you've downloaded your
.zip file, go to https://build.phonegap.com.
1. Create a free account
Sign up button.
Choose the free plan, and click the
Get an Adobe ID link in the next step.
Fill in the short form and click the
Sign up button.
2. Upload your .zip file
Go to "Apps" (if you are not already there) and click
Upload a .zip file.
.zip file you previously downloaded and when it is uploaded, click
Ready to Build.
When the app is finished building, click on your app name. As you can see in the image below, it would be "Govoid" in our case.
Here you'll see that you can download an
.apk file to test it on your Android device. This is a debug
.apk without any key selected.
You need to add a key in order to create a production
.apk file. Go to Phonegap Build documentation to learn how to add a key.
iOS requires setting up a developer certificate and provisioning profile before you can install the app on your device - that's why it shows the red warning box.
First you need to create the certificates through Apple, then upload them to PhoneGap Build.