Once you have your environment all set up, you'll want to test your app. In this video, learn how to test an app on iOS, on both emulators and physical devices.
how to deploy our applications on a real iOS device. … Now the iOS process is a bit unique, … and there are a few things that we need to do … to ensure that we abide by its rules. … First thing I want you to do is to open up your project … and look for a config.xml file. … This file should be on the root level of your project, … and you'd want to go ahead and open it. … make sure that you have that there. … The second thing I want you to go ahead and do … is I want you to change this ID here. … So let me explain what the ID here is for. … Anytime you've develop a mobile application … that you want to send to the App Store … or the Google Play Store, … there's what we call the app ID. … Now this app ID is something you select, … and when you publish your application, … that app ID cannot change. … It is a unique identifier that identifies your app. … So by default, when you generate Ionic applications, … at the time of recording this course, … a default app ID of io.ionic.starter is added for you. …
- Setting up a development environment
- Scaffolding an Ionic app
- Using Ionic DevApp
- Working with Cordova
- Configuring for Android and iOS
- Running a mobile app on an emulator
- Using Ionic Appflow
- Updating Ionic apps with Deploy
- Converting Ionic apps to PWAs
- Testing on a mobile device
- Setting up Firebase Hosting
- Using Capacitor on the web
- Using Electron for desktop deployment
Skill Level Intermediate
Electron: Building Cross Platform Desktop Appswith Ray Villalobos1h 54m Intermediate
Angular: Maintaining Applicationswith Emmanuel Henri44m 29s Intermediate
Angular: Progressive Web Appswith Maximiliano Firtman4h 40m Intermediate
What you should know1m 22s
1. Setting Up the Environment
2. Building the Tourista Application
3. Testing on Mobile with Cordova
4. Ionic Appflow
5. Ionic PWA
6. Working with Capacitor
7. Deploying to the Desktop with Electron
Next steps2m 38s
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