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mobile-app-server

1.0.0 • Public • Published

Mobile App Server

Serve Google Android and Apple iOS applications to Mobile Devices.

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Requires

  • Node.js
  • SSL Cert

Platforms

  • MAC OS
  • Windows
  • Linux

Main Features

  1. Automatically discovers new Apps on page refresh, simply add files to path.

  2. Designed for Local Intranet usage, but could be deployed to cloud.

  3. Provides package information and QR Code per app.

  4. Secured on HTTPS - Requires an SSL certificate (Self Cert or Full).

Pre-requisite

SSL Certificate. A self-cert can be generated manually or generated online.

An example website is http://www.selfsignedcertificate.com/

Simply enter your local IP addres, and download the files.

Name the files server.crt and server.key.

Place them in a folder and specify the folder path as part of the usage.

Installation


$ npm install mobile-app-server -g

Usage


  Usage: mobile-app-server [files] [ssl]


  Options:

    -V, --version        output the version number
    -p, --port [value]   port
    -f, --files <files>  path to ipa/apk files
    -s, --ssl <ssl>      path to SSL .key and .crt
    -h, --help           output usage information

e.g.


node mobile-app-server -f /to/files/path/ -s /to/certs/path -p 8080

-s : Path to SSL server.crt and server.key files.

-f : Path to APK and/or IPA files

-p : Optional PORT number (Default is 3001)

Future Roadmap

  1. Drag and Drop app addition of files via Web Interface.

  2. App Icons.

  3. Extended package information.

Bugs & Feature Requests

Issues and feature requests can be logged over at github on https://github.com/anupsaund/mobile-app-server/issues

install

npm i mobile-app-server

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1.0.0

license

MIT

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