Simplified iOS Provisioning in Visual Studio with fastlane | The Xamarin Show Snack Pack



Welcome to The Xamarin Show Snack Pack Edition. A Snack Pack is bite sized episode that is focused on a specific topic and covered in just a few minutes. In this Snack Pack we take a look at how the new simplified iOS device and app provisioning works inside of Visual Studio.

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10 thoughts on “Simplified iOS Provisioning in Visual Studio with fastlane | The Xamarin Show Snack Pack”

  1. Publishing on appstores is too bothersome. Much better to just host it on a website. Paying $100/year for every app just for publishing is a pointless waste .

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  2. Hi James, I need a little help: (VS2019) After I logged in with my Apple Id no account is displayed, so I stuck at this point (1:50). What is wrong or missing?

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  3. Its still (problem(editted)). Its day 3, I am still trying to install IPA that i have created with xamarin, xcode and Trying to install to ipad.

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  4. The problem is not the development deploy… but the DISTRIBUTION deployment.

    My VS2017 client can't get the Distribution Provisioning Profile I created in Apple Developer… that is really frustrating…

    🙁

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