I have the main version of my app in Prod, and a "Canary" version. We push to the Canary version a few days ahead of time, and if there are no issues, we then push the same version over to the main version. So their is nothing in the app itself that determines if it is the canary version or the real version, but I'd like to display to the end user that they are using the canary version, so that when when they send photos of their tablets, I know it's the canary version. The easiest way I can think of would be to read the name or the GUID of the app, but I'm not seeing how that's possible. So currently I'm flagging users in my Database as Canary users, and they have access to the canary version only, but some have both, so it's not fool proof.
You don't understand the issue @PowerAddict, the app is exactly the same. I can't manually go in and update a label each time I publish to say, this is canary. Currently the setting has to be driven from my data source, but I was hoping there was some way to figure out the App Id, or the App name so I didn't have to try and make sure my data source was configured correctly.
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