It offers more functionality than the command-line tools and is the preferred user interface for new and existing Trigger.io users.
You can download the Toolkit installer from https://trigger.io/forge/toolkit/.
Follow the OS-specific instructions on the download page to install and start the Toolkit.
Open the toolkit and click the "Create a new project" button.
A page on our website will be opened so that you can enter the new project name and select a project plan.
Enter into a project by clicking on its name, then click the "Create new app" button (shown in pink).
If one of your colleagues has sent you the source code for an existing app, chose "Import existing app" (shown in blue) and navigate to where the source is on your computer.
Inside a project, click the "Create new module" button.
This option will only be available if modules are enabled for this project - contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Enter into an app by clicking on its name, then click on the App config link in the sidebar.
See Configuration for your app for more information about how to use this interface.
You may want to first update your Toolkit configuration to run the app on the right device or emulator.
Enter the Tools config, then update the three settings concerning running iOS apps (marked in pink).
You can also set up provisioning profiles (marked in blue) and developer identities here: see Configuration for the tools for more information about how to use this interface.
Then, click on "iOS" in the Run section to start the app running.
In the same way as iOS, extra configuration parameters are available for Android in the Tools config, but you normally don't need to update these.
Just click on "Android" in the Run section to start the app running on a device (if one is attached) or to start the emulator.