Building Part 5: Updating your Build Definition for code signing

To update your build definition to also sign your code you need to edit it and add one more PowerShell task.

Here it is called SignApp and runs the new PowerShell script we added in Part 4

As soon as this is done and saved all future apps that are created via this build definition are signed and ready to deploy.

A special thanks to Mike Glue for sharing his great knowledge with me.

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