Developing Enterprise iOS Applications
Posted on 04 April 2012.
If you plan to develop iOS applications in a corporate setting - for internal consumption or for sale to end users - you need to read this book.


Veteran developer James Turner shares best practices and lessons learned from his recent on-the-ground experience planning, building, and shipping an iOS application in an enterprise environment.

With lots of examples and solid advice, you’ll learn how to use Xcode, Objective-C, and other Apple development tools within the confines of enterprise software methodologies.

If you’re familiar with Xcode, this guide will help you build and launch enterprise iOS apps successfully.
  • Get Xcode’s single-developer model to work in a concurrent development environment
  • Integrate Xcode builds into tools such as Ant and Hudson
  • Use open source libraries to connect iOS with SOAP and other backend services
  • Set up a framework to test iOS apps for code coverage and CCN metrics
  • Manage the legal, marketing, and production issues involved when interacting with iTunes Connect
  • Meet iTunes’ requirements for provisioning and distributing your app
  • Provide long-term support by sidestepping Apple’s distribution limitations.





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