Device Management MDM

Get Build details


You are viewing the Apps API whose scope is limited to Apps. If you are looking for the full API spec, check the Organizations API.

This request is intended to get the list of available Builds of a given App.

Definition #

  • Method: GET
  • URL:{buildId}
  • Authentication: required
  • Headers:

Content-Type: application/json
Authorization: bearer <your_app_token>

Params #

Param Type Description
buildId String Build Id. E.g.: 552ae3cfcb5abfc58d733b81

Example request #

					curl '' 
  -X GET 
  -H 'Authorization: bearer'

Responses #

Content type: application/json
  "status": true,
  "data": {
    "id": "string",
    "status": "pending",
    "tags": [],
    "versionName": "string",
    "application": "string",
    "changelog": "string",
    "info": {
      "icon": "string",
      "android": {
        "targetSdkVersion": "string",
        "minSDKVersion": "string",
        "packageName": "string",
        "platformBuildVersionName": "string",
        "platformBuildVersionCode": "string",
        "versionName": "string",
        "versionCode": "string",
        "icon": "string"
      "ios": {
        "plist": {
          "CFBundleDisplayName": "string",
          "CFBundleSupportedPlatforms": [
          "MinimumOSVersion": "string",
          "CFBundleIdentifier": "string",
          "CFBundleShortVersionString": "string",
          "CFBundleVersion": "string",
          "CFBundleName": "string",
          "CFBundleIcons": [
        "mobileprovision": {
          "TeamIdentifier": "string",
          "ProvisionsAllDevices": true,
          "TeamName": "string",
          "ProvisionedDevices": "string"
    "size": "string",
    "os": "ios",
    "deployer": {
      "name": "string",
      "info": {
        "git_branch": "string"
      "build_trigger_timestamp": "string",
      "build_url": "string",
      "app_url": "string",
      "git_repository_url": "string",
      "build_number": "string",
      "commit": "string",
      "tag": "string"
    "uploadedBy": "string",
    "createdAt": "string"
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