While there seems to be quite a body of questions regarding publishing, all of them seem to be very confusing and end up back at the Vimeo video, whih gives some guidlines, but no details.
There is a mixture of how you actually publish now..through the Titanium Developer or through X-code?
The Vimeo process alludes to filing out "paperwork" for app publication and gives a site, but there's really NO integration there.
I have two apps, one is a "paid" app, and one is a free "lite" app of the first that is free. I've gotten them compiled, running and working on my device with no problems.
What I don't find is this "paperwork" to get the app into the company for approval.
If you have a really nice step by step list or a video set. Please share!
From the very beginning...
- 1: developer.apple.com > Member Center > iOs Provisioning Portal
Create your provisioning profiles, BOTH for development and for distribution (menu "provisioning", tabs "development" and "distribution"). The first one is for test on device and the second one to distribute on app store (or ad hoc). Download them and double click on both.
I suppose you already have your WWDR intermediate certificate, app id and so on. If not, read carefully the "Hows to" in provisioning portal.
- 2: Titanium Developer:
Select your project, go to Test & package. In "Run on device" fill all the fields and select the provisioning profile for DEVELOPMENT. I think you have already do this, since you have tested on your device.
When you are ready to send the app to Apple Store, go to Test & Package > Distribute. Fill all the fields and select the provisioning profile for DISTRIBUTION. Click "package" and, if there's no errors, XCode will open automatically and your project should be there.
- 3: XCode Organizer
Check that your project is in organizer window (which version of XCode are you using?). Before continue, go to next step.
- 4: iTunes Connect
Goto iTunes Connect. Select "Manage your applications". Click on "Add new app" and fill all the forms with name, description, pictures and so on.
Very important: when you finish filling all that stuff, click on the button "Ready to submit binary" or something like that, a blue button at the top-right corner of the app page.
- 5: XCode Organizer
Last step! iTunes connect is already waiting your app, so, click on it in Organizer, click "Validate" and, finally, click on "Submit" button. Some dialogs will open, let the default options by now. The app should start uploading.
Don't know any step-by-step. After deploy using Titanium Developer or Titanium Studio, go to XCode > Window > Organizer. There you will find your compiled file. Now you have to VALIDATE and SUBMIT to iTunes.
Prior to validate the file, you'll need to prepare the app in iTunes Connection (create a new app and set up "Ready to upload binary"). Look for "itunes connection" and create an account if you don't have one.
First time is a headache, but try yourself, is the best way to remembre forever :)
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