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Xcode 4 iOS Development by Steven F. Daniel

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Summary

In this final chapter, we looked at the steps required to submit applications to the iTunes App Store and how we can use Xcode to create separate build configurations for debug and release and how we go about signing up to the iOS Development program.

We also looked at how we go about creating provisioning profiles, Application IDs, and how to register devices required for testing. To finish up, we looked at what are the best ways to go about pricing out Apps, and the ways in which we can avoid our application from being rejected by Apple by following the iOS Human Interface Guidelines.

We have now come to the end of the book. I hope you have enjoyed reading it as much as I did writing it. This is certainly not the end of the road for you. ...

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