Xamarin Wars is a serie of articles I am writing to share my opinion and adventure of working with Xamarin. Read why iOS is the dark side.
“A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away…”
Yeah dude! iOS is the dark side!
I received following demand:
“Publish the app in Apple Store and send to some users to test that app”.
So, I started with a simple research and found a lot of documents how to publish your app in Apple Store for testing. I have read all oficial articles but none of them it’s complete and it’s hard to understand.
Some articles I found: “Provising Profile, Certicate, Identifier and others“. This is not requirement of Xamarin, it’s Apple Store bureaucracy.
Basically we will need:
iOS Developer Program: Join iOS Developer Program to start publish your app:
Test Flight: It’s an app to download and test your app:
iTunes Connect: Apple’s Store control panel web site. Create your apps, your user testers, send the invitation for testers, control your payments and other things.
Finally, I published my app successfully and it’s working fine. All testers are notified when a new version is released and it’s easy to update. It’s organized and has a lot of security steps.
I am writing an article step by step how to publish to Apple Store.
Google Play Store it’s easier to publish but it’s a madhouse. Less security, everyone can do anything, no Google approval.
The dark side won this battle against the rebels.
See you next episode!
This is it. I hope it helped.
Xamarin Wars: The iOS Strikes Back
Xamarin Wars iOS: Questions, suggestions and feedbacks will be appreciated. Good luck!