It is certainly possible, Apple's guidelines seem to indicate that this
is ok (note: because the app the string "Preview" in it I would assume
you could not submit a preview app to the actual store).A preview app
can be signed with a distribution certificate for TestFlight
distribution. There's nothing wrong with that; however, I don't believe
push notifications will work for those builds.
Thanks Neil.We are, and I will.* The card really is applied--I can edit
everything except the type and have the change show up.*First I'm going
to remove the article with the HTMLResources and see what happens.
Hi,The documentation for the InDesign API (Extendscript) for exporting
articles (and uploading them into DPS) can be found here: *
Forgive my confusion: Does this mean that for HTML overlays, the content
must be hosted somewhere and is loaded remotely, instead of contained in
the HTMLResources.zip file and available even when the app is used
without an internet connection?Like I say, I may be missing something
basic about the workflow.Sorry--brain fart. I was thinking all of the
supporting files were in the HTMLResources.zip. Forgot that they just
had to be in the folder with the index.html file.