Our company is expert in, among other things, data center migrations, and we use a specific home-grown application to assist in the delivery of these services. Part of that Linux-based application is an Angular/Electron "console" application that runs on Windows and Mac systems, in order to provide direct connection to various client management systems.
It is very important that this application be signed and certified during the build process. The Windows version has proven fairly straightforward to sign. The Mac version, however, has been a challenge. We are looking for a Mac expert, who knows Electron, and is familiar with the signing of the certificate, who can provide general guidance and documentation, but also to lead a zoom session with a member of the Automation Engineering team and get a build ready for testing.
Besides code signing, you will be asked to review the current (uncertified) build methodology and suggest any improvements, especially around how to handle identification and installation of prerequisites
Project cadence will be a short introductory call with members of the Automation Engineering team, to answer any questions and to walk you through the current build process. Followed by your preparation of documentation and anything that will help the AE team understand the concepts. Lastly, you'll be asked to join a call with the AE team and walk them through the steps to get the application built with code signing in place, as well as pre/post installation scripts for environment and prerequisite setup.