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Tuesday, February 22, 2011

How To Distribute iOS Applications Through the App Store - Video Training Tutorials

In Lynda.com's Distributing iOS Applications Through the App Store video training tutorial, you'll learn how to prepare an application and how to submit it to the Apple App Store for iOS apps. You'll learn how to prepare the assets, generate the needed certificates and provisioning profiles, create the bundle, submit the app to the app store, and comply with Apple's requirements for marketing materials. You'll also gain some insight on the Apple submission process, which will help you in meeting the review guidelines and increasing the odds of acceptance.

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Watch this introductory video to give you an idea of what you'll be learning in this course:

Distributing iOS Applications through the App Store - Welcome




The entire course is 1 hour and 30 minutes long, and is divided into 4 chapters. Here is a more detailed outline of the course:

Title: Distributing iOS Applications Through the App Store
Author: Bill Weinman
Duration: 1hr 30mins
Date of Release: 18 February 2011

Chapter 1: Meeting the Requirements
Meeting the review guidelines
Understanding the human interface guidelines for iOS
Creating icons
Generating certificates
Creating provisioning profiles
Testing your app on a device
Creating screenshots

Chapter 2: Preparing the Bundle
Understanding the application bundle
Setting up the Info.plist file
Signing your app

Chapter 3: Submitting Your iOS Application
Understanding the submission process
Registering your app in iTunes Connect
Submitting with Xcode
Submitting with Application Loader
Checking the status of your app in iTunes Connect

Chapter 4: Promoting Your iOS App
Understanding the App Store's marketing guidelines
Using the Apple product images


Here's another sample video from the course:

Distributing iOS Applications through the App Store - Testing your app




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