Creating the actual iOS app is pretty easy once you know how. First, you have to build an iOS app in Monk. Monk will also start the simulator of XCODE, but that is not what we want. We want to test the app on the actual device. Anyway, Monk will create an
iOS folder inside the
build folder of your project directory. Load up the created XCODE project by double-clicking on its
To build the app for the device, you need to switch the target in XCODE to DEVICE. Then, depending on how you have created your provisional profiles in the developer support area of your account, you need to set it inside the projects code's
signing section as the corresponding identity and also maybe change the bundle identifier ...