Bitrise Workflow Editor is designed in such a way that you can run it offline on your Mac/PC without having to log into bitrise.io. The Workflow Editor is open source, you can find its repository here. You can also join the join the discussion around Workflow Editor here.
Installing offline Workflow Editor to your Mac/PC ⚓
Before you start:
- Make sure you have Go installed on your local computer.
Make sure you perform the following steps to include Workflow Editor as one of the Bitrise CLI core plugins.
- Install the latest Bitrise CLI as discussed here.
bitrise setupto install offline Workflow Editor as part of the Bitrise Plugins. Running
bitrise setupalso checks if Bitrise Core tools, OS X tools, Bitrise Plugins and Toolkits are installed on your local machine. If not, the command will automatically install them.
Starting offline Workflow Editor ⚓
If the required tools are installed, all you have to do is start your offline Workflow Editor.
cdinto a directory where you have your
bitrise :workflow-editorcommand to start your offline session.
Here is the overall look and feel:
Upgrading Workflow Editor version ⚓
You can upgrade to the latest version of the Workflow Editor by running
bitrise plugin update workflow-editor command.
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