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Back to the Mac: How to Notarize Disk Images for Distribution Outside the Mac App Store

Distributing macOS apps as ZIP archives has been quaint since Sierra. Today’s macOS packaging requirements mandates notarization, otherwise it would say that your app is suspicious. This often means distributing apps within disk images since this container format can be signed, notarized, and stapled.

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Notarizing Disk Images for Developer ID Distribution

Do you distribute your macOS apps as .zip files? That has been quaint since Sierra. You should package your apps as signed and notarized disk images instead. Otherwise Catalina would say that your package is suspicious. However creating disk images is a rather involved process. Read on to find out more.

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Selecting iTunes Provider for Notarization

When your Apple ID is also used for as a publisher for Apple Books or Apple Music, you may hit a snag when trying to notarize your Developer ID application. Here is how to fix it.

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Invalid Bundle Identifier Error at Notarization

Notarizing your app? Make sure you name your bundles correctly beforehand. This includes the main app, extensions, and any sub-bundles inside it.

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Enabling Hardened Runtime on a Sparkle App

Notarization requirements is just around the corner in the coming release of macOS. But the Sparkle updater framework is not yet ready for it. Here’s how you can fix that.

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Shared Frameworks in a Hardened Runtime World

macOS Catalina is just around the corner and with it comes mandatory notarization and hardened runtime. If your mac app accepts plugins or otherwise loads 3rd party frameworks and libraries, there are a few caveats that you’ll need to take care.

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