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1. The Basics > 1.3. Compiling iOS Apps

1.3. Compiling iOS Apps

Problem

You have learned how to create an iOS app and wonder how it behaves.

Solution

Compile and run your iOS apps using Apple’s latest compiler. Then test your app on iOS Simulator and also, preferably, on a device.

Discussion

Creating an iOS App can be categorized under the following tasks:

  1. Planning

  2. Prototyping

  3. Designing

  4. Implementing and Testing

  5. Delivering

During the implementation of an app, you will constantly need to run your app on a simulator or on various devices to make sure it is consistent, adheres to the design guidelines that you or your teammates created for this project, and most importantly, is stable enough for the App Store.

Note

Crashes provide one of the major reasons for app rejections in the Apple App Store. Apps that are not stable and crash often are not good enough for consumers and Apple is very likely to reject them. So always make sure that you thoroughly test your apps on iOS Simulator and on devices.


  

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