A Bitrise workflow is a collection of Steps. When a build of an app is running, the Steps will be executed in the order that is defined in the workflow. Workflows can be created, defined and modified in two ways:
- Using the graphical Workflow Editor on bitrise.io
- Directly editing the
bitrise.ymlfile of your project
Ultimately, both methods modify the
bitrise.yml file - the
Workflow Editor is simply a friendlier way of doing so!
Read on to find out more about working with workflows!
The configuration format of the Bitrise CLI is referred to as bitrise.yml. This is the expected file name the configuration should be saved with.
Creating your own Step is as simple as running a bitrise CLI (v1.6.1+) command and following the guide it prints. You can generate Steps using either the Bash or Go...
The project scanner is a tool that identifies the given project's type and generates a basic Bitrise configuration. Each supported project type has its own scanner: these scanners are stored...