Anyone successfully used Testflightapp.com?
William de Smet
williamdesmet at gmail.com
Sun Jan 15 10:07:26 CST 2012
@Mark and Colin:
I just bought BetaBuilder and that is very easy to use and works perfectly.
2012/1/15 Colin Holgate <coiin at verizon.net>
> I use this program:
> Some days I have it open all day. It uses the same basic trick as
> testflightapp, only you deploy the files it makes to your own server.
> That works well with Flash apps, I can publish a new version and only have
> to click one button to deploy the new files. It also doesn't have to be an
> ad hoc version, any IPA file will work.
> Which brings us to what might be the issue you're seeing. LiveCode doesn't
> make IPA files, it makes APP files. I dare say that testflightapp also need
> IPA files. What I do in that case is to drag the APP into iTunes, which
> makes the IPA file, replacing the old one. I then do my single click in
> BetaBuilder to deploy the new one. For testflightapp you would right-click
> on the app in iTunes and reveal the IPA in Finder, and then use that as the
> file to give to testflightapp.com.
> The site has a lot of management tools that may be useful, but each of
> your testers has to have an account with them, and install a special
> testflight provisioning file. The uploading you take will take longer than
> if you just deployed files to your own server.
> On Friday I added one more device to my account, that took my 100th slot!
> Even so I can quickly make an app and post it, that will work on all 100
> devices, without anyone having to sign up to anything.
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