Enterprise iOS License Distribution...(Solved)
pystcat at gmail.com
Thu Apr 17 21:30:03 CEST 2014
Doesn't that have the problem with needing a signed certificate now...? Was that fixed...? I had used AirLaunch (and love it by the way) but now that Apple has decided that too many people are bypassing their nonsensical "you must do it our way or we lock you out" way it needed to have a secure signed certificate. I know you had mentioned Dropbox uses that but I'm not interested in having a Dropbox account. One of the things I really liked about your AirLaunch was not only its incredible ease of use but the fact I can stick it on my own server.
> On Apr 17, 2014, at 3:19 PM, "J. Landman Gay" <jacque at hyperactivesw.com> wrote:
>> On 4/17/14, 1:58 PM, JOHN PATTEN wrote:
>> As for putting the compiled LiveCode iOS app into a folder titled
>> “Payload,” compressing that folder with the Finder, and then renaming
>> the compressed file <nameofapp>.ipa, ...not sure if that has to be
>> done in that fashion each time or not? I have never seen any
>> documentation from Apple for as to being the case, but it worked for
>> Profile Manager to use the compressed Payload folder.
> I hesitate to promote my own stuff here, but AirLaunch handles all that for you. You just point it to your LiveCode app and it sets up the whole package in the correct format. Then you can use its FTP option to get it on your server, or just manually transfer the files where they need to go for Profile Manager.
> I almost mentioned it earlier, but I wasn't sure how Profile Manager worked. Apparently it needs the same setup as any iOS app.
> Jacqueline Landman Gay | jacque at hyperactivesw.com
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