Configure your web server for Apple Universal links

As a Campus Cloud administrator, you may be asked to configure a webserver to allow Apple universal links. 

Here are the steps to take: 

  • Create a file with the name “apple-app-site-association" without a filename extension. NOTE: The file format is JSON, but the file cannot have the '.json' extension.
  • Add the following content to the file: 
"applinks": {
"apps": [],
"details": [
"appID": "{{TEAM_ID}}.{{PACKAGE_NAME}}",
"paths": ["*"]
  • Replace {{TEAM_ID}} with the Team ID assigned by Apple when you created your Apple developer account (see below).
  • Replace {{PACKAGE_NAME}} with the applications package name (provided by the Ready Education dev team).
  • Upload the “apple-app-site-association" file to the webserver's root directory. Make sure the server supports the application/JSON content type.
  • Ensure the file is accessible via HTTPS with no redirects by viewing the file at https://{your_domain}/apple-app-site-association.

Finding your Team ID

Your team ID is assigned to you when creating your Apple developer account. 

Here are the steps to take to find your team ID:

  • Go to the Apple Development Center and log in with a valid developer's account
  • Click "Membership."
  • Look for "Team ID" in the "Membership Information Section."

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