Setting up application package options for iOS
To push notifications to your SDK mobile app , you must set up a certificate set that has push notifications enabled. Information that push notifications are enabled is displayed when you select a certificate set that has push notifications enabled.
On the Integrate your application panel, select the iOS switch.
To distribute an iOS SDK mobile app by using a QR code, upload the binary files for your iOS app.
This action allows you to later distribute the app from the Pega Platform by using a QR code. For more information, see Uploading binary files for an iOS application package.
To change the default icon of your app, upload a custom icon.
This action allows you to customize the icon in App Studio for the SDK mobile app. For more information, see Uploading an icon for an application package.
If a certificate set does not exist for the app that has push notifications enabled, create a certificate set.
For more information, see Creating an iOS certificate set.
If a certificate set has already been defined, in the Certificate set list, select an existing certificate set.
In the Version field, enter the release version for your app. Keeping track of different versions of your mobile app helps you during the development, testing and production stages.
- Uploading binary files for an iOS application package
To distribute an iOS SDK mobile app by using a QR code, you upload the binary files for your iOS app to the App Studio.
- Configuring application package-based mobile app
You develop an SDK mobile app outside of App Studio by using the integrated development environment (IDE) of your choice, which also uses the Pega Mobile SDK. By later creating a definition for your mobile app within App Studio, you can configure the app for push notifications.
- iOS certificate set
A certificate set defines certain parameters of the mobile app for iOS that you are creating.