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By Matthieu Kopp
Hi, sorry i've a problem on amazon apps, i've submitted the app for a test but there are a lot of crashes deteceted
at the link you can find the log for fire hd 8.
What have i got to do to make the app work on amazon?
The app is made with the latest App Factory and no issue yet in it.Thanks for the help
Sorry for my poor english. This is a google translate traduction. I've just finished conducting a BtoB brochure. My client (a communication agency) is rather pleased with the level of enrichment offered by Aquafadas tools. By cons, on the mode of distribution, he finds that the Adobe DPS solution is much more flexible. Let me explain. We had to create an Apple Developer Company account, create an application, create a secure Web site to distribute the application and a tutorial to explain how to install the signed application ... In short, lots of steps and costs for providing a brochure to about twenty salers ... The advantage of this solution is that we have been able to offer a customized application. The flipside is that this benefit does not justify the additional costs which are not negligible and the process to install this type of application is not very user-friendly! My client had already produced a similar brochure with Adobe DPS for which he just gave me the password of his account. In the application "Adobe Viewer" (free on AppStore like Aquafadas Viewer), I have been able to return his ID and access the file to download. A less elegant but less expensive solution that approximates what Pandasuite did with his "private circles" and Origami with its "Channels". Hence this little survey that I submit to the user community about whether this kind of development seems relevant? Would you be willing to pay for this kind of functionality that would simply distribute zaves to restricted target? This would also facilitate I think the work of independent agencies and exchanging files zave with their customers. The idea is to be able to connect to their account in the viewer (that already exists of course) and then you can download files that are posted in the back office Cloud Connect. A somewhat less elegant option could be that Aquafadas significantly raises the validity period (to one year like the licence validity) of installed zaves for which a license was bought and released ... Thank you in advance for your (many) responses. Have a good day. Hubert
I'm looking for a server for publishing Aquafadas. I need to know the most important characteristics of a server to host and manage apps created and distributed with Aquafadas.
Thanks in advance. Chema
We have given a name to all the pages of our interest in following the directions of the tutorial.
When I add the build in iTunes Connect I get a warning messsage: "App Store file sizes for 1.2.1 exceed the 100 MB file limit. Submitting this file for App Review may result in App Rejection."
I think the file size limit is only for iPhone apps...
The build was made with App Factory iOS 3.6.2.
What's wrong? Any ideas?
I am having trouble uploading my IPA file to iTunes Connect. During the upload process I keep getting this error message saying I am missing an image that should be called "AppIcon72x72".
I am not sure where this image file should be coming from, as it says in AppFactory that the smallest icon image should be 76x76 pixels.
Would really appreciate some help on this, I need to get this app submitted as soon as possible.
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