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SmugWimp
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04/22/16 01:12 AM (4 years ago)

Strongly recommended: Fastlane for xcode/iOS development.

Seriously. Learn to use this. Here is a great tutorial:

https://www.raywenderlich.com/116065/fastlane-tutorial-getting-started

In a nutshell, it automates your iOS development cycle, with respect to dealing with iTunes. App Provisioning, Screenshots, iTunes connect App Prep, and much more. This thing is a swiss army knife to automate most of the BS associated with getting your app ready for the Apple App Store.

I'm only partly through it, but it's so freaking cool. It's not difficult to install or configure, and it does so much with so little effort.

Cheers!

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Joe Sprott
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04/22/16 01:14 AM (4 years ago)
Thanks Smug I will have a look

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Kittsy
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04/22/16 03:09 AM (4 years ago)
Twitters Fabric fastlane and Crashlytics are fantastic.
Some more bite size tutorials
https://littlebitesofcocoa.com/
 
Arubaman
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04/22/16 09:29 AM (4 years ago)
Great find, his tutorials are great, this one looks to be one of the best!
 
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04/22/16 06:03 PM (4 years ago)
Thanks Smug!
 
SmugWimp
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04/24/16 05:19 AM (4 years ago)
For the initial install and setup, I wholeheartedly recommend following the vendor tutorials:

https://github.com/fastlane/fastlane

or the ray wenderlich tutorial as shown above.

But after that, some of the challenges that I faced getting it working with my BT project, and getting it working with multiple languages, I sorta kinda tried to somewhat sparsely document here:

https://www.marianasgps.com/public/snapshotbt_v1_006.pdf

(and just peruse https://www.marianasgps.com/public/ for a list of various documents I have)

Hope it helps. Figuring out Accessibility is a 'must understand' if you're going to work with multiple languages. Hope I made it somewhat more understandable. If not, hit me up (on the forum) with questions.

Cheers!

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04/25/16 02:16 PM (4 years ago)
Wow, that's insanely cool and will be part of my repertoire from this point forward! Thanks for the find. I was recently reading some Swift 2 tutorials on his site...they were awesome. He's a great resource.

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04/26/16 02:12 PM (4 years ago)
I have used that. Huge timesaver.
 
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