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The Standard Azure Pipelines Android signing task signs only
*.apkfiles. But that`s not what goole wants you to upload.
But there is a simple workaround based on this Stackoverflow:
- task: AndroidSigning@2 inputs: apkFiles: '**/*.aab' jarsign: true jarsignerKeystoreFile: 'yourkeystore.jks' jarsignerKeystorePassword: '$(yourSecretKeystorePassword)' jarsignerKeystoreAlias: 'yourkeystore.alias' jarsignerKeyPassword: '$(yourSecretKeyPassword)' # The two Arguments working there magic: jarsignerArguments: '-sigalg SHA256withRSA -digestalg SHA-256' zipalign: true
Simply add the right signing algorithm as options.
You are wondering why it does not accept your Keystore file? It has to be a secure file (just upload it to
Pipelines > Library > Secure Filesand reference its name).
A guide for setting up runtime variables for an Angular App which is hosted in a Nginx Docker container (or any else). What’s special about this? It does not need another file to be loaded before bootstrapping the app, neither to be included via the docker run command. It simply lets you set variables in your angular app via Environment variables passed to docker by
docker run --rm -e "TEST_ENV=This really works!" -it <image_name>.
In order to configure Docker to use a certain network range just paste this into your
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