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How to Build an AAB File for Andorid 13 Using Quasar Framework?

Dec 22, 2022

To build an Android App Bundle (AAB) file for Android 13 using the Quasar framework, you will need to follow these steps:

  1. Install the Android SDK and set up the Android development environment on your machine.
  2. Install the Quasar CLI by running the following command:
npm install -g @quasar/cli
  1. Navigate to the root directory of your Quasar project and run the following command to build the AAB file:
quasar build -m android -t aab

This will build the AAB file for your Quasar project and place it in the /dist_aab directory.

  1. To test the AAB file, you can use the Android Debug Bridge (ADB) tool to install it on an Android device or emulator. To do this, run the following command:
adb install -r dist_aab/app-release.aab

Replace app-release.aab with the name of your AAB file.

  1. Once the AAB file is installed on your device, you can launch the app by tapping the app icon on your device’s home screen.

Keep in mind that the AAB file will only work on devices running Android 13 or later. If you need to support older versions of Android, you will need to build an APK file instead.

To build an APK file with Quasar, you can use the following command:

quasar build -m android -t apk
This will build an APK file for your Quasar project and place it in the /dist_apk directory. You can then install the APK file on your device or emulator using the ADB tool, as described above.

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