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Sorry, Carlton - I haven't yet figured it out.
You can use Local Storage: http://www.w3schools.com/html/html5_webstorage.asp .
I have used that in a Pubcoder Epub and it works.
I have just got our new app for sale at the Apple App Store.
On the App store page it says: "Languages: English, Italian".
I wonder where the "Italian" comes from because the language of the app is only English. And in Pubcoder at "Project Settings -> Localization" only English is added.
Is the any way to avoid "Italian" being somehow added when publishing an iOS app from Pubcoder? I fear that people might get disappointed if they purchase the app thinking that Italian language is an option.
When I submit our app for the App Store should I then unlink the Ad Hoc .mobileprovision file at "Provisioning Profile (Ad Hoc Distribution)" (Pubcoder iOS Workspace - > Project Settings) ?
Go to the "Window" menu in Xcode and select "Devices". Then you can select your iPad and add the .ipa.
Hi Paolo, thanks for your reply - good to know.
This is a follow up on my previous post.
I just had a reply from Apple saying (I told them I am using Pubcoder):
"From reviewing your case, it looks like you were wanting to use TestFlight, but the beta entitlement was missing for your builds.
This is referring to the app's embedded provisioning profile. Since you used a 3rd party API, this is most likely why this entitlement is missing. As you already may know, we can only support Apple’s API Xcode."
Does this really means that an iOS app published from Pubcoder can't be used in Apple's TestFlight?
This is probably an Apple thing, but maybe some Pubcoder users have experienced the same?
I have published from Pubcoder as an iOS app. Now I am trying to give beta testers access to the app via Apple's TestFlight.
But in iTunesConnect I can't "Select Version to Test" since the options are greyed out.
The app's activity status in iTunesConnect says "Missing Beta Entitlement" - but according to Apple's documentation that is not required for "Internal Testers".
Have anyone succeeded with getting a Pubcoder app to Test Flight?
Thanks, that's great news!
I am publishing a project as an iOS app. The first time it is opened it starts on Page 1 but thereafter it starts on the page you were on when you closed the app last time. Is there a way to avoid that and make it so that it will always open on Page 1/the Cover page ?