What is AppHub?
Designed to give app developers a new way of deploying and updating apps, AppHub allows users to change their app on the fly. Deploys across iOS, Android, desktop and web.
AppHub is a tool in the Cross-Platform Mobile Tools category of a tech stack.
AppHub is an open source tool with 210 GitHub stars and 30 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to AppHub's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses AppHub?
Why developers like AppHub?
Here’s a list of reasons why companies and developers use AppHub
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- Instantly update app code and images without resubmitting to TestFlight or the App Store.
- Download updates in the background, or while your app is executing.
- Seamlessly "hot swap" updates during app use.
- Require that testers and users are on the latest version of your app.
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