.app to .ipa converter and Xcode version for Mojave?

JJS jjs at krutt.org
Mon Dec 10 14:05:28 EST 2018


Hi Sannyasin,


thanks for your well put explanation.

I thought that it would be like this.

We'll stick at Android for the Assocation then, a one time fee of 25$ is 
perfect for a free app.

So to pay 100$ each year for a free app and also for the LC Community 
Plus edition is too much for the nr of users who would use it, since the 
app is only accessible via a password.

I don't have a paid dev account yet. I can only play with Xcode and the 
iOs emulator.

I can create provisioning profiles within Xcode.

If i make enough money and would have the indy and paid dev account i 
would put it on for free for them. But until then, it will be Android only.

I hoped the ipa builder would provide something to get it on their 
devices without the iOs store.


Thanks anyway!

Jerry


Op 10-12-2018 om 20:30 schreef Sannyasin Brahmanathaswami via use-livecode:
> Aloha Jerry,
>
> http://lessons.livecode.com/m/2571/l/23275-how-do-i-become-an-ios-developer
>
> unfortunately its too lean....
>
> Get ready for the nightmare to come.
>
> You will need:
>
> 1) We assume that you have a developer license. $103.95 cents year.
>
> https://developer.apple.com/
> # get an account
>
> Apples doesn’t care about your Veterans Association budget. They are intent on being the richest company to world. Greed incarnate.
>
> 2) You need to install an SSL security certificate on you Mac.
>      Keychain Access.app, via the developer portal (it gives you instructions)
>
> 3) now you can assign 100 devices for one year by giving the portal the UUIC for each device. I have a memo describing how to get that from users, if want that, send me email off list.
>
> 4) next you create a provisioning profile. It is tied to security certificate that is registered at the portal/on you mac. And it has the number of devices that you want to use for testing (you can pick them from the portal)
>
> 5) You download the provisioning profile ... it will be automatically installed
>
> /Users/*user*/Library/MobileDevice/Provisioning Profiles/124312341234.mobileprovision
>
> 6) Now you can choose the profile in the Standalone Builder!
>
> 7) *now* you can make the IPA.  Yay!  Put it on a web server and those devices which are registered with the profile, can open it
>
> It most complicated than that. I would help you off list.
>
> But you need to be an official Apple developer first.
>
> BR
>
>
>      Hi,
>      
>      can i put this ipa on any iOs mobile corresponding to the set iOs version?
>      
>      Or do i need to have some code from the phone and register it somewhere
>      at apple?
>      
>      I know that via apple you can distribute up to 100 phones or something.
>      But for an non-profit veterans association this is not affordable.
>      
>      
>      Thanks for any explanation.
>      
>      Jerry
>
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