Using PhoneGap 3.3 CLI on Mac OS X Mavericks to Build iOS Projects


This article gets you up to speed on how to integrate  your HTML/CSS/JS app with PhoneGap/Cordova into an iOS app using a Mac and prepare it for App Store submission. This article assumes you’ve already followed the steps on https://iphonedevlog.wordpress.com/2013/08/16/using-phonegap-3-0-cli-on-mac-osx-10-to-build-ios-and-android-projects/ to:

Download Node.js
Add PATH statements to .profile
Install Cordova CLI
Install Homebrew

In this article, I am referencing Mac OS X Mavericks 10.8.5 and Xcode 5.0.2 on a Mac Mini. PhoneGap CLI 3.3.0 was downloaded. I am referencing “cordova” in the command-line interface, not “phonegap.” This project will not use the PhoneGap Build service. Continue reading

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Uploading your iPhone app with Application Uploader 2.5.1 in Mac OSX Lion


According to the Developer Guide PDF dated 2012-06-13, after the status of our application is “Waiting for Upload,” we are to use Application Loader to upload our binary. However, the Product > Archive and submit process through Organizer still works. This process through Archive is way easier and faster than the App Loader process. But here is the App Loader procedures to follow if you want to take those steps.

Here are the Application Loader instructions online: https://itunesconnect.apple.com/docs/UsingApplicationLoader.pdf

“Waiting for Upload” status

Make sure in your Developer account online that the status of your app is “Waiting for Upload.” This means that you’ve filled in all required fields, including text and images.  Continue reading

Access your apps on the App Store directly from your website or marketing campaigns


Do you need to link directly to your app on iTunes?

See also: http://developer.apple.com/iphone/library/qa/qa2008/qa1633.html

 “The binary you uploaded was invalid. The signature was invalid, or it was not signed with an Apple submission certificate.”


If you ever get the above message when you upload the binary to iTunes Connect, you may need to double-check the following points. I found the following helpful  list when scanning the Apple support forum. Continue reading