Titanium Community Questions & Answer Archive

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Run on device

i want to test my app on MY iphone so…

  1. Can i install it on my iphone without registering 1 millon things? (for testing on my iphone!)

  2. If not, when i click the links like "regsiter now" or "Get Certificate" they link to an Apple Error Page.

What i need to do to be able to install the app on my phone?

— asked March 25th 2010 by Drazen Mokic
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6 Answers

  • Unfortunately, you will need to plunk down 99 USD to deploy your app to an iPhone. I just did a video that ought to be helpful once you're signed up for the developer program.

    — answered March 25th 2010 by Kevin Whinnery
  • You wont be able to get it onto your phone without going through the whole Apple developer registration process - and coughing up $99 (£60)

    Following the registration process is fairly straight forward, messing about with the various certs is a pain the first time.

    — answered March 25th 2010 by Dan Mullineux
    1. You need aa iphone Developer Certificate and yeah do a lot of registration steps.

    2.there are a few steps:

    • Go to http://developer.apple.com/iphone
    • Sign in with your dev account
    • On the right side click on th iPhone Provisioning Portal
    • The best thing to do then is to click on 'Launch Assistent' because there are liek 30-ish steps if im right. The assistant will guide you through.
    — answered March 25th 2010 by Glenn Tillemans
  • Ok guys thanks ;/

    I will stick with Desktop Development for the moment. Are there any code examples for Desktop Apps like "Snapost" (for mobile) ?

    The docu is really bad

    — answered March 25th 2010 by Drazen Mokic
  • Ehm, i dont do desktop development so i really don't know.

    Another thing is: you can test your mobile applications on so called 'simulaters'. So even if you dont have an android or iPhone, or if you are not willing to pay the iPhone Developer Program, you can still download the SDKs and test your applications on the simulators. (the iPhone one actually works pretty good)

    — answered March 25th 2010 by Glenn Tillemans
  • Are there any other videos for creating the certificates/provisioning for the iphone/titanium? The one that was made (104) is done far too fast is almost impossible to keep up with. It's almost easier to do yourself and still come up with the same results, nothing at all.


    — answered February 28th 2011 by Kevin Brown
    1 Comment
    • the pause button is your friend ;)

      — commented February 28th 2011 by Kosso
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