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    Releasing Your App to the Store in Style Part 3

    Here’s my next post which appeared first on Simple Programmer.. During the first two posts in this series on how to release your app to the App Store, I discussed the importance of configuring the first two screens of your App Store page. In Releasing Your App to the Store in Style Part 1, I stepped through the App Information…
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    Releasing Your App to the Store in Style Part 2

    Here’s my next post which appeared first on Simple Programmer.. Configuring a great App Store page is usually one of the last stages in the app development life cycle. Because it comes at the end, it is sometimes overlooked, or the information is added in a slapdash sort of way, without much time or attention dedicated to the content. However,…
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    Releasing Your App to the Store in Style Part 1

    Here’s my next post which appeared first on Simple Programmer.. It seems like everyone’s making apps these days, and maybe you want to be part of it, too. Maybe it’s to help you build that passive income you’ve always wanted, maybe it’s a hobby, or maybe you just want to cross it off your bucket list. It’s hard to believe…
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    Why Testing Could Be the Most Important Stage When Developing

    Here’s my next post which appeared first on Simple Programmer.. Testing is an area of development where, at different stages of the development cycle, the product or service to be tested is measured against set criteria. These criteria check that the product or service fulfils the original spec, goal, or intended use. Testing can be carried out manually by individuals,…
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    Adding Reports and Screenshots to Your Protractor Tests

    If you fancy sticking it out with Protractor (unlike I did), I highly suggest you add jasmine  2 html reporter to your test projects. The Jasmine part Adding Jasmine will give you a little report in the command window listing all tests that have been run, including which have passed and which have failed. To add this to your project…
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