iOS Apps Update Model - Trigger
chipp at chipp.com
Thu Dec 9 18:49:20 EST 2010
Yes, of course it is. I'm only talking about using it for enterprise
customers, who I can independently provision. Just to be clear, THIS SHOULD
NOT BE DONE FOR A COMMERCIAL APP!
On Thu, Dec 9, 2010 at 5:29 PM, Klaus on-rev <klaus at major.on-rev.com> wrote:
> Hi Chipp,
> > Sivakatirswami,
> > Yes, I believe that is the case for commercial development.
> > FWIW, I am working on an iOS 'StackRunner" which works on iPhone and
> > With it, you can provision your enterprise customers, and then they can
> > download stacks directly to their device by entering in a stack URL. When
> > complete, it will show an icon for every stack you've downloaded, along
> > a file browser to update or delete the stacks and their contents.
> > I've currently got it downloading stacks to both iPad and iPhone. I'm
> > planning on making this part of the presentation Andre and I will be
> > at the LiveCode conference later next year.
> isn't that explicitely forbidden in the app store: downloading "code"?
> I presume stacks are considered as "code".
> > HTH,
> > Chipp
> Klaus Major
> klaus at major.on-rev.com
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