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comment Developing an iOS app for a single device - licensing issue
And... VPP is not available in my country :(
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comment Developing an iOS app for a single device - licensing issue
I never really understood how it works. I just read this, and now I believe I can do that as a regular iOS developer, but my costumers must enroll in VPP. Is that correct?
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comment Developing an iOS app for a single device - licensing issue
Do you mean this? It wasn't around when I originally asked this. Looks interesting, but apparently it's not available in my country. I'll try ad-hoc distribution too, since I ended up handing them the iPad with my dev certificate installed, and a clock set to decades ago so it doesn't expire...
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comment Developing an iOS app for a single device - licensing issue
You are right in every aspect. Although this won't solve my immediate problem (and that's why I accepted a different answer), I'll definitely keep it in mind for future projects.
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comment Developing an iOS app for a single device - licensing issue
No, the iPad will be offline, and the apps needs some features like a menu, a timeout if the video is abandoned paused, etc.
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comment Developing an iOS app for a single device - licensing issue
I'm new to Programmers, is this off-topic here? The FAQ indicates not. Why the downvote?
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comment Developing an iOS app for a single device - licensing issue
Ha! I didn't know I could legally jailbreak!
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comment Developing an iOS app for a single device - licensing issue
That's very good advice, thanks. However, regardless of who will be paying for the licenses, it bothers me a lot that the app still must be updated every year, or it will stop working. It's extra work that I'm not willing to do - even if I charge them for it.
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comment Developing an iOS app for a single device - licensing issue
It looks like ad-hoc deployment would allow the client to update the app themselves, but it seems a new profile has to be copied to the device anyway. No ideal, but a nice option. Thanks for the link.
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comment Developing an iOS app for a single device - licensing issue
But in this case, do I have to re-upload the provisioning profile to the device, after it's renewed? I was assuming so.
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comment Developing an iOS app for a single device - licensing issue
I understand, and mostly agree, but in this case I am locked into the Apple ecosystem, for some reasons, especially because the client already bought the iPad...