Following code will help you to get the unique-device-identifier known as UDID. No matter what iOS user is using, you can get the UDID of the current iOS device by following code.
OpenUDID is a drop-in replacement for the deprecated uniqueIdentifier property of the UIDevice class on iOS (a.k.a. UDID) and otherwise is an industry-friendly equivalent for iOS and Android, and most recently Windows C# and Silverlight (see links above). Usage
NSString* openUDID = [OpenUDID value];
In previous post, I described few steps for Apple store application uploading process. This post will describe rest of the steps for the same. 26) Set the proper Code signing details for Target settings. 27) Once you are done with … Continue reading
Hi all ! Using this post I am going to describe the complete apple store upload process using XCode 4.2. Pre-define/assumed things. You already know what Apple store is & why do we need to upload our application there. You … Continue reading