The first product that lets iOS app publishers deliver their apps to the browser.
It's a cool piece of technology, and our customers use it in a bunch of different ways. It's a sales tool for B2B iOS developers. It's a demo tool for contractors working with remote clients. Sometimes it's a web-based marketing tool. And, other times it's used by customer support departments that need to support iOS apps.
At the time, we were building iOS apps for businesses and desperately needed a better way to do sales demos. Our customers were sometimes tech-savvy and sometimes not, and asking them to give us their UDID and then to install our pre-release iPhone app was a non-starter. So, we built Pieceable Viewer to help us close sales and demo our product, and it wasn't long before we realized every other iOS developer needed this, too!
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1. Build for the simulator.
You're already doing this during normal development - we just need to make note of where Xcode is placing your compiled binary (the
2. Upload your app.
Pieceable needs you to upload your compiled
.app folder. This is what we run when people start your app.
3. You're done!
Your app is now viewable in a browser, and you can share the link with whoever you like.