Can I develop my IOS app away from my home computer?

J. Landman Gay jacque at
Fri Sep 21 01:57:27 EDT 2012

On 9/21/12 12:33 AM, Guglielmo Braguglia wrote:
> Hi Howard,
> the solution is AirLaunch :
>  ... a very useful plugin
> for LiveCode. :-)

Funny, I was thinking the same thing. :)

But Howard would still need to install the developer profiles via XCode. 
It's a one-time task though.

> Guglielmo
> On 21.09.2012 07:16, Howard Bornstein wrote:
>> I need to be somewhere away from home for several weeks and want to
>> continue to develop my IOS app while away. I can bring LC and the SDK to
>> this computer. So I know I can develop code and check it in the
>> simulator.
>> But is there any way I can get an app loaded on my iphone to test when
>> I am
>> not near my home computer?
>> As far as I can tell, iTunes won't sync with my iPhone (which would allow
>> an updated version of my app to get loaded on the phone) unless I sync to
>> the computer where I originally set up my iPhone (ok, it will, but it
>> will
>> wipe out everything currently on my phone). Is there any other way I can
>> get a new, compiled mobile standalone to upload onto my phone without
>> syncing to my home computer? I haven't used Xcode for this but is there a
>> way to upload an app directly to the iPhone using Xcode and bypassing
>> iTunes altogether? If so, would someone please describe the steps to
>> someone who has only used LC/iTunes to get apps onto their phone?
>> I am in your debt.
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