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iPhone and iPad Apps for Absolute Beginners, Fourth Edition by Laurence Moroney, Rory Lewis

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Chapter     3

Running Your App on a Device

In Chapter 1 you learned how to get the requisite tools to become an iOS developer, and in Chapter 2 you saw how to build your first (albeit very simple) app. Before you go further into app development, this chapter will show you how to sign up for a developer account on apple.com and how to use that account to authorize your device for development work. You’ll see how to deploy an application to a device and how to run it on your device from within Xcode.

You don’t need to work through this chapter if you just want to learn development. If you don’t want to subscribe to Apple’s service and just want to continue building apps that run on the simulator, feel free to skip ahead to Chapter 4. You might ...

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