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Learn how to prepare an iOS application for submission to the App Store. Bill Weinman shows how to prepare the assets, generate the necessary certificates and provisioning profiles, create the bundle, submit your app to the App Store, and comply with Apple's requirements for marketing materials. This course also sheds light on the Apple submission process and offers tips for meeting the review guidelines and increasing the chances of acceptance.
Hi, I'm Bill Weinman and welcome to Distributing iOS Applications Through the App Store. In this course, I will show you how to submit apps to the Apple's iOS App Store. We'll start with Apple's review guidelines so that you can understand the review requirements and have good results getting your app approved quickly and easily. I'll explain the mobile human interface guidelines, so that your app will look and feel like it's well integrated with the iOS device it's running on. Icons and launch images are a critical part of your app.
And I'll show you how to meet the iOS requirements for these assets so your app will look professional on the device. The Application Bundle is a critical part of your end product, so I'll help you have a good understanding of how it's put together. You'll need to know how to generate the necessary certificates and provisioning profiles that you need to successfully test your app on devices. I'll show you how to generate those assets and how to successfully submit your app to the App Store, so let's get started with Distributing iOS Applications Through the App Store.
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