All data is invaluable for getting your app ahead of the game, so aggregating information pre-release can only be beneficial to your app’s success. That being said, TestFlight is both completely optional and completely free to use for all iOS developers. There are two types of testing to review; internal (closed) and external (open). Last … Continue reading “An Intro Into TestFlight: External Testing”
TestFlight is completely optional, yet completely free for all iOS developers.
Learn how to submit your app’s latest version for review! Sign in to iTunes Connect with your Developer account and click My Apps on the main iTunes Connect dashboard; find and select the app to be updated NOTE: Only users with an Admin, Technical, or App Manager role can add a new app version. Also, all certifications must … Continue reading “iOS App Development: Submitting an Update”
Each iOS device has a UDID, or a Unique Device Identifier – a sequence of 40 characters that are unique to each individual device.
You must have access to an Apple ID account. Xcode and Xcode Command Line Tools are only accessible through this method via Mac and other iOS Devices.
Before moving on to the guide, keep in mind that 2GB is the minimum disk space required to download and install Android Studio – 4GB is what we recommend. Android Studio requires a compatible version of the JDK (Java Development Kit). Unless you’ve recently been coding through Java, chances are you don’t have JDK pre-installed. Setting … Continue reading “Setting Up Your First Project with Android Studio”
One of the great things about putting your apps on the Android store is that it is relatively quick, cheap, and easy. Plus, it gives you access to the users of the world’s most popular smartphone development platform! So how do you make a developer account to upload your app?