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Started by peron.pierreantoine Aug 26 2018 08:06 AM

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peron.pierreantoine

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Hi,

 

I'm totally new to ios development and I'm trying to build my app to use it with app store connect.

 

I think that I should get a zip file after building but I only get the "app".

 

Did I do anything wrong?

 

Thanks in advance for your replies



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Should I use a production certificate instead of development?.



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Nope, you did nothing wrong. You will get an app that you can install on your testing devices. Why do you want to get a zip? If you want to submit it to the apple store then build with the prod certificate and upload it using the Application Loader tool.



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The Corona build dialog will build the right type of file for what you need. If you use a distribution profile and choose "Send to App Store" then Corona will create a .ipa file suitable for Application Loader to use to upload to the App Store. If you use a developer profile or one of the other options, you will end up with a .app file suitable for using Xcode to sideload on to a tethered device.

 

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Thank you very much for your replies.

 

That is exactly what I wanted to know.




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