# Pimax Developer Utility

# Get the Utility

  1. Choose the right installer for your PC:

  2. Copy the utility to a directory of your choice.

# Pre-requisites

# Pimax Developer Account

Before use the developer utility, you need a Pimax developer account and you can find how to became a Pimax develop here.

# Find Your App ID

  • Log in to the Pimax Developer Center and navigate to My Apps (opens new window).

  • Find the application in your List.

  • Select the application and look for App ID shows below.

appid

# Get Build ID

Before download an existing builds, you need a build ID and you can find it in two different ways:

  • Get the build ID from the output when you successfully upload an APP build using the utility.

  • View the build ID under the Construct by the app details and it will be displayed as below.

buildid

# Command Reference

Following are some commands we use in various situations.

# Check the Developer Tools Version

pimax-dev-util version

# Get Help

pimax-dev-util help

# Login to the Developer Account

pimax-dev-util login -u <username> -p <password>

# Upload Build

Select the address of the application you need to upload, where < appid > can be find in the developer center.

  • Upload a PC application, currently only support zip files.

  • Please don't add extra layers to the zip package.

    Good example : myapp.zip/startup.exe

    Bad example: myapp.zip/appfolder/startup.exe (where appfolder is a wrong example, in this case, the Startup Path under Build Information in the developer center should be set to appfolder\app.exe (note the backslash) )

pimax-dev-util upload-pc-build -a <appid> -d <zipfilepath>
parameter describe
-a < appid > must. Specifies the ID of the application.
-d < zipfilepath > must. Specifies the path to the pc application file to upload. Note: Currently this command only supports zip format
  • Upload an All-In-One application, currently only support apk files.
pimax-dev-util upload-apk-build -a <appid> -d <apkfilepath>
parameter describe
-a < appid > must. Specifies the ID of the application.
-d < apkfilepath > must. Specifies the path to the apk application file to upload. Note: Currently this command only supports apk format

Your build ID will be displayed when the upload is complete. You can find the build information about this ID in the Pimax Developer Center.

commondbuildid

# Samples

Upload a PC application.

pimax-dev-util login -u myusername -p mypassword
pimax-dev-util upload-pc-build -a 123456 -d d:\\app.zip