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The Server.app for OS X Mavericks has a price tag of $19.99. Some websites mention it to be free for Developers who joined as iOS Developer or Mac Developer.

How do I get the redemption code for the OS X Server.app on Mavericks?


Here are two Articles on the topic:

Apple promoting automated continuous integration to iOS developers, providing free OS X Server copies | 9to5Mac.com

A power user’s guide to OS X Server, Mavericks edition | Ars Technica

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They have since removed OS X Server from the downloads lists. Just an FYI. – user142934 Aug 25 '15 at 12:31
    
@m3g4hur7z It is still available, as per Alexandru Drancas answer, in the OSX Dev Center. – Lizzan Nov 15 '15 at 19:16
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9 To Mac states this clearly:

To download OS X Server, developers should access the iOS or Mac developer portal to retrieve an App Store redemption code.

  1. If you have iOS development program go to: https://developer.apple.com/osx/download/
  2. Scroll down
  3. Click Get download code
  4. Redeem the code
  5. Download your free version of OS X Server 3.0.3

This text is next to the button:

OS X Server 3.0.3 Includes Xcode Server to enable continuous integration. Works with Xcode 5 to configure bots that automatically build and test your apps. Requires OS X Mavericks.

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Same is now available for Yosemite – Dallas Clark Nov 25 '14 at 0:27
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Well what do you know, I get a $20 app free for paying $100 a year. – Doorhandle Jan 21 '15 at 3:12

For some reason I don't get it on the iOS website but you can get it on the OS X OSX Dev Center and down you have the code.

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