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Apple posted a new app called "Transporter" that replaces Application Loader for the task of uploading apps to the App Store.
You can download it from the Mac App Store: https://apps.apple.com/it/app/transporter/id1450874784?l=en&mt=12
Hello, what version of PubCoder are you using?
seems like you have to use a shell command:
xcrun altool --upload-app --type ios --file "path/to/application.ipa" --username "YOUR_ITMC_USER" --password "YOUR_ITMC_PASSWORD"
Also note that "YOUR_ITMC_PASSWORD" is NOT your Apple ID password, but an application-specific password generated from https://appleid.apple.com/account/manage
Of course we're actually studying a solution for making it simpler in an upcoming update of PubCoder.
That is not something that you can "convert" your app too. Support for app bundles has to be bundled with PubCoder, but that's not the case at the moment.
Anyway, that's not a big issue, since the app executable exported by PubCoder is tiny enough.
You're welcome, Andy :)
it happens that Apple updates their requirements :)
We are working on this, but at the moment it is only a warning and will not prevent you from submitting the app to the app store.
There's not a mouse over event, since we try to use events that are always available on mobile devices.
Anyway, you can use CSS classes to obtain the same effect.
I would not call them problems, but changes. The new Android app now shares the same codebase of the iOS app, so while the previous one had a completely different UI and behavior, the new one shares the same UI of the iOS one. So:
it seems that your question contains the answer! :)
Just use an iframe inside a smart object!