Once your Monodoc, AppLight or Next Gen App are created in Cloud Connect you can configure them in AppFactory: iOS and/or Android.

For Monodoc, the iOS configuration gives two possibilities to set the app: via Remote reader and via AVE reader (embedded reader).

Warning

iOS AppFactory needs Xcode to be launched. Before launching Xcode and the simulator for the first time, make sure you met the pre-requisites. For further details see Xcode and iOS simulator documentation.

Configure Monodoc in iOS AppFactory

Set the Monodoc via Remote Reader

  1. Open iOS AppFactory.

  2. Select Remote Reader template and click on the Choose button.

    Figure 1. 


  3. Drag and drop the downloaded certificate in the App Info field.

    Figure 2. 


    According to the certificate, AppFactory will recognize your application and fill in automatically the fields in the Info tab.

    Figure 3. 


  4. Type the issue ID in the dedicated field for the app to recognize and display the content.

    Figure 4. 


  5. Continue setting up the application by filling in the tabs in the Sections menu:

    • Icons: if you want to change the icon images,

    • Startup: if you want to change the startup images,

    • Loading screen: if you want to change the loading screen images.

      Tip

      All images required by AppFactory must be dragged and dropped in the dedicated boxes.

  6. Click on the Export to Device button to export Monodoc application on a declared device.

Set the Monodoc via AVE Reader

  1. Open iOS AppFactory.

  2. Select AVE Reader template and click on the Choose button.

    Figure 5. 


  3. Drag and drop the downloaded certificate in the Certificate field.

    Figure 6. 


    According to the certificate, AppFactory will recognize your application and fill in automatically the fields in the Info tab.

    Figure 7. 


  4. Drag and drop the .ZAVE and the .ZAVEC files of the issue in the AVE Content tab.

    Figure 8. 


  5. Continue setting up the application by filling in the tabs in the Sections menu:

    • Icons: if you want to change the icon images.

    • Startup: if you want to change the startup images.

    • Loading screen: if you want to change the loading screen images.

      Tip

      All images required by AppFactory must be dragged and dropped in the dedicated boxes.

  6. Click on the Export to Device button to export Monodoc application on a declared device.

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