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Program for Automatic Creation, Configuration, Testing and Distribution of iOS- Applications.

Student: Ivan Oshchepkov

Supervisor: Rimma Akhmetsafina

Faculty: Faculty of Computer Science

Educational Programme: Software Engineering (Bachelor)

Final Grade: 8

Year of Graduation: 2016

The paper is dedicated to the automation of support processes, that appear with development iOS application. In this work we give key-points of iOS-developing and describe the structure of project created in the IDE Xcode. Description and basic provisions of template-based approach to mobile development, proposed in the work. We review implementation of this approach and detect the processes, which automation will reduce development time significantly. Besides, we discuss different solutions that can automate the process of creating iOS-applications. The aim of the work was to develop a program for automatic creation, configuration, testing and distribution of iOS-applications. Automatic execution of these processes was implemented using a set of independent scripts. Desktop-application for Mac OSX was developed to control scripts execution. The Ru-beacon company, that create mobile solutions for the catering and coffee, using a template-based approach, uses Desktop-application for acceleration of the development process. The paper contains 43 pages, 3 chapters, 19 illustrations, 3 tables, 17 bibliography items, 5 appendices. Keywords: iOS development, Xcode, template-based development,, iTunesConnect, Apple Developer Center.

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