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LiveCode Mobile Development Beginner's Guide by Colin Holgate

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Becoming an iOS developer

Creating iOS LiveCode applications requires that LiveCode must have access to the iOS SDK. This is installed as a part of the Xcode developer tools, and that is a Mac-only program. Also, when you do upload an app to the iOS App Store, the application that is used is also Mac-only, and is also part of the Xcode installation. If you are a Windows-based developer and wish to develop and publish for iOS, then you will need either a virtual machine that can run Mac OS, or an actual Mac.

The biggest difference between becoming an Android developer and an iOS developer is that you have to sign up with Apple for their developer program, even if you never produce an app for the iOS App Store. If things go well, and you end up making ...

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