Many macOS developers’ desire for Testflight was finally realized at this WWDC. This set of tools can help developers collect feedback through public testing before actually releasing the app, so as to achieve the goal of improving development results. At the same time, Apple also took this opportunity to launch the Xcode Cloud service. It can provide developers and teams of “all sizes” with a fast and simple way of collaborative development to “build, test, and deliver high-quality applications more efficiently.” When in use, Xcode Cloud can automatically build apps on the cloud to free up the developer’s Mac for other tasks. In addition, parallel testing in the cloud can also bring developers the test results of “simulation versions of every current Apple device”, which is indeed quite good in terms of practicality.
According to Apple’s plan, related new features will meet with developers this fall.