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Learning Mobile App Development: A Hands-on Guide to Building Apps with iOS and Android by Michael Eierman, Jakob Iversen

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16. Publishing Apps

Creating an app can be a fun and challenging exercise, but for most developers this is not enough. The finished app has to be available for someone to use to complete the process. Apps are made available to their audience by publishing them. The manner of publication is dependent on the target audience and the platform. The two primary audiences are typically the employees of an organization for which the app was developed or the public. Many aspects of publishing are the same for both audiences. However, some important differences exist that the developer needs to be aware of. Likewise, publishing Android and iOS apps have many similarities and some significant differences. One of the most important differences from publishing ...

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