EAS Metadata is in beta and subject to breaking changes.
EAS Metadata enables you to automate and maintain your app store presence from the command line. It uses a store.config.json file containing all required app information instead of going through multiple different forms. It also tries to find common pitfalls that could cause app rejections with built-in validation.
When you are happy with the store.config.json settings, we can send it to the app stores. You can push the store config to the app stores by running:
→ eas metadata:push
If EAS Metadata runs into any issues with your store config, it will warn you when running this command. When there are no errors, or you confirm to push it with possible issues, it will try to upload as much as possible.
When the store config partially fails, you can change the store config and retry. eas metadata:push can be used to retry pushing the missing items.