So you did connect your Git repo to Ionic Appflow by adding an additional repo (or by using one of the flow for your Git repo hosting). As I understand Appflow, it will clone your repo as a first step as any CI service does. It seems to be looking for a
www in the root of the project that it is checking out, which it can’t find as yours lives in
You could now try to e.g. create a symlink from
mobile/app/www and see if that is enough, but I assume it would also need the
package.json etc which would be the next error messages.
I am not aware of any option to change the directory Appflow uses to build the app, which also means that it will probably look in
/platforms/ios/ for the project which will give you further problems and stuff to symlink away.
As a better solution you could probably extract your Mobile App folder into a sub-repository that you include in the main repository somehow (git submodule probably), and do the Ionic Appflow setup only for that repository. Not sure about the workflow in your monorepo then though.
(Maybe you could also create git repo inside your git repo in the subfolder? Not sure if that is possible or should be used if it is…)