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Packaging app content using Locomote.sh One of the major benefits of using Locomote.sh to manage app assets is that files can be packaged with the app and then remotely updated later, after the app has been published. Locomote also allows an app to be published... Read more

SCFFLD: Internal URIs, functions and microservices SCFFLD provides a powerful internal URI system which allows different parts of the app to be referenced using strings conforming to a standard URI format. Here, a “part” of the app can be literally anything contained within the app -... Read more

App asset management using Locomote.sh Locomote.sh can be used to build and distribute images and other assets to iOS and Android apps. Any Locomote content repository with an _app folder in the repository root can be used to publish app-specific resources. App resources should be... Read more