I am trying to do an iOS build aided by the Quick start guide. I’ve done the Download project template of my app (AE2DDCEC-B9FE-840C-FF14-F909F857AE00). Successfully installed the Backendless pod from cocoapods. The project ran with all the expected deprecation warnings.
The simulator ran a page that connected to TestTable, I saw that at the backend, but I DID NOT see anything that remotely resembles the app that I did with the UI-Builder.
Can anyone help? Thanks in advance.
Could you please provide a link to the
Quick start guide?
As far as I remember there are two options to run your UIBuilder app in a NativeApp
- by scanning the QR Code of the UI-Container
- by copying the UIContainer build after publishing it
So, we need a little bit more info.
The quick start is here: Quick Start Guide - Backendless SDK for iOS API Documentation
I did everything in there including publishing my app (rml_hsra) container and downloading the project.
this is a guide for IOS-SDK, so it’s not related to the UIBuilder
My text as well as topic category indicated iOS because I am doing an iOS build. The UI-Builder in this context publishes the container then hands it off to Xcode for building. My question is this— Xcode runs the app on the simulator but the output is a page that connects to TestTable. I did not see anything that remotely resembles the app that I did with the UI-Builder.
no, it doesn’t work this way =)
Backendless contains different SDKs (JS/iOS/Java/etc.) for working with the Backendless API, so you can build an app using code.
The UI-Builder is a feature for building WebApps using no code technologies (without code).
You can open a UIContainer in a web browser or you can run it in a native app in a web view, we’ve got a couple of options:
I know the Backendless Viewer because I use this for testing on an actual iOS device. However that is not how I want to deploy the app.
What I want to do now is to do a build that I can submit to Apple for distribution. Can you point me to the right direction to do that?