Deploying to Huawei AppGallery

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You can deploy your Android apps to Huawei AppGallery via a verified Bitrise Step called Deploy to Huawei App Gallery. The Step can be used to deploy any APK file that you build on Bitrise.

Before using the Deploy to Huawei AppGallery Step

Before you start using the Deploy to Huawei App Gallery Step to deploy your apps, you need to do a couple of things:

The Step will need:

Configuring deployment to Huawei AppGallery

To successfully deploy your app to Huawei AppGallery, you need a Workflow that:

If you did not manually upload your first APK to Huawei AppGallery or you did not create a team-level API client on AppGallery Connect, you won’t be able to deploy the app!

If you are not familiar with how to successfully build an Android app on Bitrise, check out our documentation: Getting started with Android apps.

To configure the Deploy to Huawei App Gallery Step:

  1. Open the Workflow Editor on Bitrise.
  2. Go to the Workflow that you want to use for deploying the app.
  3. Add the Deploy to Huawei App Gallery Step after the Steps that build and sign your APK.

  4. Open the Config input group.
  5. Fill in the required inputs.
    • File path: If you used a Step that automatically exports the BITRISE_APK_PATH Environment Variable after building your APK, leave this unchanged. The Android Build Step is such a Step, for example.
    • File name: The unique name of the APK file. This name will be used when uploading to the AppGallery Connect.
    • App ID: The identified can be found in the App information section on AppGallery Connect.
    • Client ID: The API client ID generated on AppGallery Connect.
    • Key: The key generated with the API client on AppGallery connect.

Take a look at the following bitrise.yml file to see an example configuration that uses the Deploy to Huawei AppGallery Step to deploy an app.

    - activate-ssh-key@4:
        run_if: '{{getenv "SSH_RSA_PRIVATE_KEY" | ne ""}}'
    - git-clone@4: {}
    - cache-pull@2: {}
    - install-missing-android-tools@2:
        - gradlew_path: "$PROJECT_LOCATION/gradlew"
    - gradle-runner@1.9:
        - gradle_file: "$GRADLE_BUILD_FILE_PATH"
        - gradle_task: assembleRelease
        - gradlew_path: "$GRADLEW_PATH"
    - sign-apk@1.7: {}
    - deploy-to-bitrise-io@1: {}
    - cache-push@2: {}
    - appgallery-deploy@0:
        - huawei_client_id: 'XXX'
        - huawei_client_secret: "$CLIENT_SECRET"
        - huawei_app_id: 'YYY'  

Run a build! If all goes well, you should see your app on Huawei AppGallery.