Commit #2 : Export your *.xcarchive to *.ipa via terminal!

December last year, several Ice House clients asked for Christmas update on their app. There’s a strange case that occurred when our team tried to send old projects to the iTunesConnect using Xcode 6’s Organizer, just like this image :

Screen Shot 2015-01-09 at 17.12.22

Our supervisor, Didiet, said this issue might be caused by the project file. The project was built on Xcode 5.1 and we’re trying  to publish it from Xcode 6. Since we don’t have much time left, we ended up using xcodebuild‘s exportArchive command from terminal to export the *.xcarchive from Organizer to *.ipa :

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Commit #1 : Bash up your workspace!

It’s all started when I was assigned to develop a Rails web app with Haris as a team. He worked on the Rails side, while I’m on the HTML / CSS. It was my first time using Rails, and I barely have any experience on web development. Haris told me that there are several commands that should be executed to enable developing the web locally :

  • mysql.server start
  • rvm gemset use iceberg,
  • bundle install,
  • bundle exec rails s, and
  • bundle exec foreman start for running Redis server (on other terminal instance)

At that time, I typed all of those commands on my terminal each time I start working on the app, until I’ve made an embarrassing mistake – twice. Read More

Commit #0 : Hello, world!

Hi! My name’s Edo, and this is the first time I’m having a blog dedicated on a domain named on my own nickname (duh).

This blog is intended to be a personal journal of mine on learning to be a better mobile developer. I’ll try to post things that I’ve learned along the way (at least, most of it *fingers crossed*).

I’m hoping that you found this blog interesting! 🙂

P. S. : I was thinking to set my the title as “Good morrow, fellow subjects of the Crown“. On the second thought, I realised that I’m not that fond of British nor PHP as my main language (human and programming, respectively).