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iPhone User Interface Cookbook by Cameron Banga

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Getting our work onto a device

Once we've planned out our interface and started working on development, we'll need to set up an iOS device for testing. By using XCode and Apple's iOS Dev Center, we'll be able to send pre-release application builds to our iOS device using a standard 30-pin connection cable.

Getting ready

Before we start, we'll want to gather up the iOS device we plan on using for testing, the latest update to the iOS SDK from the iOS Dev Center, and the computer we plan on doing our design work on.

Note

Apple typically keeps a collection of PDFs and videos on the iOS Provisioning Portal, which are much more thorough and up-to-date than this recipe. It would be beneficial to download and read or watch these resources before we begin. ...

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