Access App iOS
Native iOS client for Roundware built for PEM, Smithsonian, and BMA using the RWFramework.
$ gem install cocoapods
Install the podfiles and then open the workspace.
$ pod install $ open Digita11y.xcworkspace
We are using Fabric/Crashlytics to manage beta deploys and the command line tool Fastlane to accelerate the testing workflow. We use RubyGems so install the ruby dependencies listed in the Gemfile with Bundler. We advise using rbenv to manage your ruby runtime version.
You will need to populate a dotenv file to deploy to Crashlytics in
fastlane/.env. There's an example file to follow as well.
$ bundle install $ bundle exec fastlane crashlytics
When you want to add a new device or team member to a distribution, invite them to the team and project in Beta (Crashlytics) and then add their device and name to the
devices.txt file (untracked). Then run
bundle exec fastlane devices and then the crashlytics command.
bundle exec fastlane ios appstore
For Access App
Project -> Exhibition -> Room -> Object
For RWFramework (via roundware server)
UIGroup -> UIItems -> Tag -> Assets
Projects are set in the
plist while Exhibitions, Rooms, and Items are each UIGroups, each with a set of UIItems filtered by the selected parent UIItem. UIItems each refer to tag and tags refer to assets.
Be aware that iOS has it's own concept of tag (e.g. button.tag) and uses
UI as a prefix (e.g. UIView).
Christopher Reed, @seereadnow