Build An Android Mobile Application Binary Using Intel App Dev Center Build Web Service

The App Dev Center build web service can be used to build a mobile application binary without going through the XDK. 

In order to use the App Dev Center build web service, developers must email html5tools@intel.com from the email address of their valid account to be approved for use of these services and obtain a valid Customer ID and a valid Partner Code to identify their requests.

Commands

This command will return a link to an iOS or Android binary of a preconfigured application

This command will return the build status for the application on the specified platform
This command will create a new application
Returns a certificate signing request
This command will return a list of applications for a particular account
This command will return a list of builds previously made for a particular application
This command returns the certification type
This command uploads a certificate and private key or a P12 file containing both in order for a particular account to build iOS applications
This command will upload several icon and splash images at once
This command uploads the large launch icon for an iOS application
This command uploads the large splash image for an iOS or Android application
This command will upload a provisioning profile for an iOS application.
This command will upload and save the push certificate for an iOS application.
This command will upload and save the small icon image for an application
This command uploads the small splash image for an iOS or Android application

This support function will determine if a x509 certificate and private key are related.

NOTE: Use of the build web service is primarily intended for partners who do a large number of builds and need to automate the process. It is not recommended for the general user who builds apps one at a time. Most users should perform builds via the XDK or App Dev Center. 

For more information,  you can go to Intel Web Service API Online documentation

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