Posts tagged ‘iPhone’

Testing iOS Apps on Hardware Devices

Deploying Apps directly to devices

One of the trickier parts of doing iOS development is registering your device (iPad, iPhoLightning-Cable-and-iPhonene, or iPod) with Apple so that you can test an app on that device. This process is called creating a provisioning profile. You can follow either the  Apple guide or the Xamarin guide for doing this, but I’m writing my own guide because things didn’t go very smoothly for me while following either of theirs. (Although the Xamarin guide was easier to understand.)

I’m doing iOS development using Xamarin Studio, but the process for creating a provisioning profile is essentially the same if you are doing development with Xcode.
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March 7, 2016 at 6:34 am Leave a comment

Learn to Write iOS Apps!

iPad+iPhoneNext term, Winter 2016, at Lane Community College, I will be teaching a course in iPad and iPhone app development, CS235IM, Intermediate Mobile App Development: iOS. This is a beginning course  in writing apps for iOS (the title “intermediate” is misleading). We will be using the Xamarin platform to write native apps using C#.  As a student, you will get a free Apple developer license and free Xamarin iOS and Android developer licenses. This course is offered for college credit (4 credits) and will be offered both on-campus and online. Online students can participate from anywhere in the world and at any time of the day (or night)! (more…)

November 17, 2015 at 5:50 am 2 comments


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