I think its really annoying that you have to sync your device with iTunes in order to install & test your titanium app. Is there a way around it? Since it compiles to native code it has to be possible.
1) If you're sharing it with others, use Testflight 2) If you're just testing it on your device, open the build/iphone/Your Project in Xcode, have your device plugged in, and just run it there.
Have a look at this project : https://github.com/iamyellow/clti
it allows you to deploy directly to device without going through itunes.
You can also try this one https://github.com/appersonlabs/MakeTi which does pretty the same. I use both of them :)
Hm - that doesn't quite solve my problem. MakeTi and CLTI also build the app and install it in iTunes. From there i would have to sync my ENTIRE device. Thank you though :)
You can build with Ti (let it sync with iTunes and close iTunes), then open your project with XCode (proj under build folder) and deploy directly to the device. (you have to reload the proj everytime you build). This used to work... It's been a while since I don't use this method. It's useful when you have a friend's device that you DON'T WANT to sync with your iTunes.
it's annoying too... but I don't think there's a way to do this with Ti.
Dan Tamas claims that it is possible with CLTI. Unfortunately I can't deploy it with CLTI because it complains about missing mobileprovision files. I have them installed correctly under Xcode. Any ideas?
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