2017 Nov 16 By Dusko 0 comment

Every year Apple releases a new version iOS and if you have apps in the App Store, you need to upgrade them. In several previous versions, the penalty for not upgrading the apps to the latest version of iOS was not severe. There used to be many apps published in, say, 2014, and still running happily on iPhones and iPad. However, this year, 2017, Apple will punish you if you do not upgrade your apps to the 64 version — your app will not be seen in the Store any more. The apps will continue to function for the existing…

2017 Nov 09 By Dusko 0 comment

This is the best video I have found on YouTube on how to publish the app to the App Store. Specifically, it is about getting provisional certificates in order to test your app with UDID numbers already contained in the app. You may also want to follow the official Apple documentation, here: https://developer.apple.com/library/content/documentation/IDEs/Conceptual/AppDistributionGuide/Introduction/Introduction.html#//apple_ref/doc/uid/TP40012582-CH1-SW1

2011 Nov 19 By Dusko 0 comment

When creating apps, you need several graphic elements. The three most important are — the icon which will be visible in the app store, — the splash screen, which will be visible after the app starts, and — the header graphics, which will be the header inside the app. The best tool for graphics work is of course Photoshop, but it is expensive.  A free alternative is GIMP, which can be downloaded from its site, http://www.gimp.org/. GIMP TUTORIAL – How to make an iPhone app icon in Gimp Creating an icon in the Gimp is not very difficult, as the…