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Working with iPhone Developer Account

Posted on: February 17, 2009

After I signed up for my developer account, I received my verification email within a few hours.  It wasn’t as bad as I thought it would be.  I clicked the verification link and was taken to the developer portal.  There is actually a lot of useful information regarding building an application and preparing it for the AppStore.  I worked on getting my provisioning profile setup and even did some Ad Hoc builds for some guys around the office to test out the ease of distributing the app.  There is no way I could remember the steps involved, but the portal has a great step by step guide to getting it all setup and running.


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