The final step to releasing an app is to prep it for release in App Store Connect. This video shows how that process works, and where you can adjust the necessary settings to get your app into the App Store with minimal hassle.
- [Narrator] To publish your app to the app store…in Xcode change your device to a generic iOS device.…Then go to product, archive.…This process sometimes takes a few minutes to take place.…What's happening is Xcode is creating an archive file…of your application so that you can upload it…to their servers.…Select the archive in the archives tab.…So then you're going to hist distribute app.…
I'm going to hit App Store Connect.…And then follow through all of these steps.…Again, the account that you're using needs to be…associated with Xcode as you're developer account.…So if you used a different email address than we looked…at previously you'll need to add your developer account…into Xcode and use that for distributing.…From there simply click through the menus,…your app will upload to Apple servers.…And then once that happens it will be testable…with TestFlight.…
After that you can go into App Store Connect…an approve that build for release.…
- Advanced UI controls
- Creating alert controllers
- Displaying web content
- Creating a collection view controller
- Creating a custom data type
- Creating tabbed apps
- Importing and setting icons for your apps
- Publishing your app to the App Store
Skill Level Beginner
iOS and watchOS App Development: Notificationswith Steven Lipton3h 45m Intermediate
1. Mastering Views
2. Display Web Content
3. Collection Views
4. Multi-View Templates
5. Publish an App
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