I’ve been thinking aabout springing for an Apple Developer account, hoping to learn a little Swift/Swift UI and possibly to notarize some applescripts to share with friends. Have been following the notarization discussions here from 50,000 feet. Looked at a pretty good notarization video from WWDC, but that was mainly aimed at Xcode development. With xcode projects, seems like you have to staple certificates to lots of stuff deep in your bundle. So do you have to do the same thing with Applescripts (staple certificate to things in the bundle) or do you simply use SD Notary to just get the applescript app approved? Thanks.
SD Notary does all you need for script applets.
I don’t understand the whole notarization flow with SD Notary.
Though I can write AppleScript Cocoa applications, Mac App Store submission includes notarization process.
I need a document for notarization with SD Nortaty.
Apps for the App Store are not notarized. Notarization is for apps distributed outside the App Store. See the SD Notary details here:
Apple’s documentation is here: