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In my project I have to build an IPA file ASAP after developer committed the changes to TFS and then I have to test the IPA file which I have built.

To do that I have to build the project by "Ionic Build IOS", then open it using Xcode, and then have to archive.

Only then I can get the IPA file.

Is there a better way to do it?

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    I edit your question a bit to clean it up. Check the edits and next time try it writing it that way yourself - you have enough XP points to know your way better, IMHO. – Peter M. - stands for Monica Apr 24 '17 at 14:07
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I am not going to go into specifics because that is largely dependent on what tools you use. I use the Atlassian suite of products.

We build an IPA file when new code is merged into a specific branch. This is done using Bamboo (although any CI tool should be able to do it) that gets triggered by a BitBucket trigger. The trigger fires off a Bamboo Plan on a Mac Bamboo Agent to do a Git Pull and then Xcode build (via command line). The last step is copying the IPA from the Mac to our network share.

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Most if not all developer tool steps have command-line alternatives. There should not be a need to use the actual GUI to build a piece of software.

Research how you can do this with the command line and then you can configure your CI-server todo the same.

Google is full of links on this search query "build ipa file from command line":

or something like "build ipa file from ci":

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