Step 5 : Publish and Test Application Functions
The final step is publishing the application. To do so, a few simple and straightforward steps are required. And, after publishing the application, it would be better if you use the application first. Make yourself be the first customer of your product and find out all possible problems and solve them immediately before launching the imperfect product to the real users. With this mindset, we suggest you download the application and test the functions scrupulously. To make sure that the application is ready in the customer’s hands.
- Go to DMA Manager
https://YOURDOMAIN/dmaManager e.g. https://ssq.techberry.com/dmaManager
Google Chrome is recommended.
- Select menu Application
- Select at the icon to check or edit the application configuration before publish
You will select the application that would be published here and the details of configuration among Android or iOS.
3.1 Application Details
|Story Name||Select the storyboard name that would be published.||testdma101|
|Status||The status of the storyboard||Select Active|
|App Mode||Select the application mode- Private: use enterprise certificate for building up application instead of upload application to app store- Publish: application on app store|
3.2 Android and IOS
|IPA Version||The current version of the application|
|Logo||The logo of the application with a download button for update version|
|URL App Store||The URL for download application|
|Change Log||The log information|
- Click Publish to publish the storyboard into a mobile app. Publishing may take a few minutes. Then, your native mobile app is ready to use.
You will receive the URL and QRcode for downloading the application. The QRcode for downloading will be different between Android and iOS.
Test Application Function
To test the application function,
- Go to your application
- Test the function for each screen
- Record the issues and report them for solving.