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For a developer, doing beta releases on iOS can be a real pain sometimes.
How Does It Work?
1. Build your .ipa file using Xcode’s ‘Build and Archive’ option. Choose ‘Save to Disk’.
2. Launch BetaBuilder (or drag and drop the .ipa on to it). If you need to, select your .ipa file. The app should pre-fill the other details.
3. Enter your intended deployment URL. This is the URL on the Web where your beta will be posted / viewed in a browser. This info gets baked into the deployment file.
4. Hit ‘Generate Deployment Files’ and pick a location to output the files.
That’s it – just upload the generated files to your Web server and then hit the URL in the device’s browser. BetaBuilder simply generates the HTML and manifest files needed to make wireless distribution work. As a convenience, it also bundles an iTunes installable ad-hoc version as a zip file.
NOTE: If you are on IIS, you may need to add a MIME type for plist files – should probably be ‘text/xml’.