You can install IPA file using iTunes 12.x onto device using below steps :
- Drag-and-drop IPA file into ‘Apps’ tab of iTunes
- Connect your device
- Select your device on iTunes
- Select ‘Apps’ tab
- Search app that you want to install
- Click on ‘Install’ button. This will change to ‘Will Install’
- Click on ‘Apply’ button on right corner. This will initiate process of app installation. You can see status on top of iTunes as well as app on device.
Four Ways –
1) Test flight : http://help.testflightapp.com/
2) Install from iTunes – Create .ipa as ad-hoc and normal sync with ipad & itunes.
3) Or best way you can create a URL for install while creating ipa select as enterprise and create index file with plist. This will work with individual developer account too.
4) Diawi : http://www.diawi.com/
Tested all above step.
Follow the below procedure to create ipa file.
Select your swiftDemo in your xcode(left-hand side as shown) Then select Product option, in which you could select Archive option.
Then a new window would open up as follow and in that window select the export option.
Then a pop up will come as below and select first option as you looking for apple store. So now follow as it say.
UPDATE -> Select the Save to ad-hoc deployment as below
if you have not sign with your apple developer id then below screen would pop-up
Now select add in this and provide your apple id and password in new window as shown.
Rest follow as guided by xcode and finally you will have your IPA file.
Go with your testflight.
Don’t forget to provide your provisioning profile and certificates in code-signing your build setting in xcode.
If you need to find out your UDID then visit here: https://wallmobile.wordpress.com/2015/02/13/how-to-find-out-your-iphone-or-ipad-udid-whats-my-iphones-udid/
If you already know your UDID then go to the Devices section of your iOS Provisioning Portal and click “Add Devices”:
Enter in your Device Name and UDID (it’s best to copy and paste) and hit Submit
Once you successfully add your device’s UDID, edit the provisioning profile to which you want to add the device.
Select the device from the list
Click on generate.
Download the new profile.
UDIDs are identifying numbers that are unique to individual iPhones and iPads (and ipodtouch devices, for that matter). They’re 40 characters long, and made up of a mixture of letters and numbers.
How to find out your iPhone’s UDID
1. Plug your iPhone into your Mac, and go to iTunes (or start it up if it isn’t already open).
2.Select the iPhone’s icon at the top-right corner of the window, underneath the search box. (If you’ve got more than one ios device plugged in, this button will say ‘2 devices’ instead – press it and then select the iPhone.)
3. You’ll now see the iPhone’s summary page. (If it’s showing apps, podcasts or whatever, select Summary from the top bar of tabs.) You can see the iPhone’s capacity, phone number and serial number in the top box; click on the serial number and this will change into the UDID.
4. After the serial number changes into the UDID, pressing Apple + C at the same time will copy the UDID to the pasteboard. Alternatively, right-click it and select Copy.
5. Find a blank document and paste the UDID into it by pressing Apple + V.
First Set the Documentation Comments to YES.
Open terminal and navigation the pwd to Current project folder.
Run the below script.
headerdoc2html -o ~/Desktop/anyfolder theFolderWhichYouWantToGenerateDocFile/