In a new post on Medium, Axios editor Sam Bransfield describes how to get your first app to launch on Android 10.2 and iOS 11.1.
“We’re using the same basic steps to get an app to run on both platforms, but in a more streamlined way.
Instead of trying to launch it in a different app, you just launch the app in the existing app,” Bransfier wrote.
“The process starts with creating a .deb file for each platform.”
If you want to get started quickly, you can use the following steps: Create a .dmg file that contains the .deb files for each device.
Open up the terminal app, go to the folder containing the .dmd file, and type the following command to install a new version of the app on your phone or tablet: deb http://download.cucumber.org/apt/debian/apt-release-1.1-4ubuntu0.16.04-desktop-amd64.deb sudo dpkg -i .deb For Android, the instructions for that process can be found in this post.
Once you’ve completed that process, you’ll be able to launch your first Android app from the Google Play Store.
For iOS, you have to follow the same steps: Install the .pkg files that you downloaded in Step 1.
Once that’s done, launch the Android app on the phone and launch the iOS app on either your tablet or desktop.
Once the app is launched, it should launch on both of the platforms.
As for the future, Bransfields says that the company is looking into ways to support new developers and “make the experience even better.”