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    Deploying to the Iphone

    Turns out it is just this: http://udn.epicgames.com/Three/Apple...ningSetup.html

    Most of us got scared away when we though we needed to make a dev account.

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    Step 2. "Click the Login button to login to your developer account."

    To which I don't think you get one unless you pay.

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    http://developer.apple.com/devcenter/ios/index.action is the page your supposed to click and be able to login to, to get access to your next steps of development.

    #2
    Trying to deploy atm, will report back. I must admit the remote app is really nice and speedy, but it's just impossible to propperly test your controls without any picture on the iPhone itself.

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      #3
      I have a developer account, but I have not yet paid for he apple sdk. But I can view source code etc etc. It's free to make a developer account.

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        #4
        As the doc mentions, you will have to register with Apple as an iOS developer in order to complete the provisioning process which is needed to run your UDK app on your iOS device.

        Also note that currently you should use either the Firefox or Safari browser when using the Apple provisioning site from a PC, as there appear to be compatibility issues with IE and even Chrome.

        Even if you're not ready to sign up as an Apple developer, you can still make use of UDK to create content for mobile games. The Mobile Previewer mode will even let you test touch-based controls and OpenGL ES2 graphics right on your PC.

        You can also use UDK Remote to test touch and tilt features wirelessly, without even installing the game to a device.

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          #5
          Yep, remote has been mastered - It was getting past the "Dev accounts cost $99" when it should read "Access to the SDK - costs $99"

          -- This is the link you should make available for everyone: http://developer.apple.com/programs/register/

          So we don't get confused when we are sent 3 pages away from where we need to go via UDN

          It sends us here: http://developer.apple.com/

          Here is the other page that is hard to find: http://developer.apple.com/devcenter/ios/index.action. Picture one was confusing for me. I am greeted with this and click a small [IOS] link to get to the second picture. If I click else where I get tossed around.

          http://img690.imageshack.us/img690/3386/capturefdl.jpg

          Yea we are also lacking the "Click on the right hand side" as it doesn't exist from non dev licences

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            #6
            Seems like you have to pay, well that kinda sucks.

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              #7
              Just the opposite - It looks free.

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                #8
                Originally posted by Sir. Polaris View Post
                Just the opposite - It looks free.
                It looks free, but i have an Apple developers account without a paid iOS development license, i can't get acces to the page where i get my mobile provision.

                Edit: Nope, its most definetly hidden from non paying users.

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                  #9
                  Yea I'm seeing that as well. I guess DarkVeil, much like Lucy, has some 'splaining to do

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                    #10
                    Apologies, I did post the wrong link for iOS Developer registration above. Here is the correct link. Apple's developer registration is free, but Apple currently charges $99 USD for access to iOS development features.

                    Note that our documentation page is clear about the requirements.

                    (Edit: Fixed doc link)

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by DarkVeil View Post
                      Apologies, I did post the wrong link for iOS Developer registration above. Here is the correct link. Apple's developer registration is free, but Apple currently charges $99 USD for access to iOS development features.

                      Note that our documentation page is clear about the requirements.
                      No problem, guess Apple is getting 99$ from me come january

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by DarkVeil View Post
                        Note that our documentation page is clear about the requirements.
                        If it wasn't a locked link

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by DarkVeil View Post
                          Note that our documentation page is clear about the requirements.
                          If it wasn't a locked link

                          http://udn.epicgames.com/Three/Getti...iOSDevelopment

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                            #14
                            Haha, sorry. Fixed that as well. Thanks.

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                              #15
                              kicks them when they are down

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