Publish build artifacts to Amazon S3
How to use custom scripts to publish to external services
You can use custom scripts to publish your app artifacts to external sources. Here’s an example for publishing to Amazon S3.
You will first need to provide Codemagic access to your Amazon S3 account for publishing. Add your credentials as environment variables named
AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEYrespectively. Select Secure when adding the key in Codemagic UI, or encrypt the key when adding it to the codemagic.yaml file.
Add the script to update the S3 bucket.
<FOLDER OR FILE>refers to a specific folder or file to be synced. Replace
<BUCKET_NAME>with your actual bucket name. Note that all the artifact files that Codemagic generates during the build are located in
- In Flutter workflow editor, click on the + sign before the Build section to expand the step and add the script to the pre-build script field.
- In codemagic.yaml, add the script to the
scriptssection right before build commands.
sudo pip3 install awscli --upgrade aws s3 sync <FOLDER OR FILE> s3://<BUCKET_NAME>
Now, each time you build the workflow, the app artifact will be published to your Amazon S3 bucket.