You Can Now Develop, Build, Deploy, and Debug iOS Apps on a Windows 10 PC, No Mac Needed [Video]

You Can Now Develop, Build, Deploy, and Debug iOS Apps on a Windows 10 PC, No Mac Needed [Video]

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Microsoft has announced that you can now develop, build, deploy, and debug iOS apps directly from a Windows 10 PC, no Mac needed.

Today, alpha releases of Visual Studio Tools for Xamarin and Visual Studio for Mac were announced which bring preview support for Xamarin Live Player apps. These apps allow you to write, execute, and debug code continuously on an iOS or Android device straight from the IDE.

Both a traditional development cycle (write, compile, run, debug) or live mode, where the code is automatically recompiled and reloaded on a per-view basis continuously, are supported.



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Xamarin Live Player provides real-time feedback to developers while fitting into their existing mobile development experience. To use the player, just select a new target from our device menu, and choose the player target.

Once you do this, you will be asked to pair your device with Visual Studio. Quickly scan the QR code with the Xamarin Live Player app and you’re ready to instantly run your app, live on your device. No waiting for a build to complete, no waiting for a package to be created—simply hit the deploy button and the code runs live on your device within seconds.
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You Can Now Develop, Build, Deploy, and Debug iOS Apps on a Windows 10 PC, No Mac Needed [Video]
Sharp - May 13, 2017 at 7:38am
Swift is crappy anyway. This means business.
M&MM - May 12, 2017 at 4:39pm
Why is MS allowed to do that and other's are not?
HY093 - June 15, 2017 at 8:52am
LEGEND OF THE SAINT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
SayingWhatEveryonesThinking - May 12, 2017 at 1:49am
Don't do it, Apple! Keep that Windows stench far, far away!
Leonnn - May 12, 2017 at 1:47am
Still need a mac to sign your iOS app for App Store...
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