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NativeScript for Angular Mobile Development by Nathanael J. Anderson, Nathan Walker

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Uploading your .ipa file

We're almost there! Once all the information has been entered into iTunes Connect, the final step is to associate the built .ipa file with all the information we just typed out.

We will use the NativeScript CLI to do this.

Remember that your .ipa file is in your app's platforms/ios/build/device folder. 

Run the following command to publish your app to iTunes Connect:

tns publish ios --ipa <path to your ipa file>

That's it. One important note, though, for whatever crazy reason, there's a nontrivial delay between the time you upload your iOS app and the time that your app shows up in iTunes Connect. We saw that the delay can be as short as 30 seconds and as long as an hour. Once the build shows up there, we can go ...

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