Could remote Mac rental services be used for iOS app development and
testing from a Windows machine? Has anyone here successfully tried out this
route -- perhaps, for example, through (top Google search result)
Never heard of these services until they were incidentally named in a
For what it's worth, I did have a brief experience building at home on a
Mac mini but that was years ago. But, now, rather than having to update my
mini (I'd have to, right?), and, more importantly, to have the option of
working outside home on my Windows laptop, I'm hoping this remote option
might be a workable alternative.
On 21/06/2016 06:39, Nicolas Cueto wrote:
> Could remote Mac rental services be used for iOS app development and
> testing from a Windows machine? Has anyone here successfully tried out this
> route -- perhaps, for example, through (top Google search result)
> http://www.macincloud.com/ ?
The LiveCode build system, that creates the installers for LiveCode
itself, uses Mac Minis rented from MacStadium.
However, to test on devices you will need access to an appropriate
device connected directly to a Mac.
I can't answer your question directly, but I have been using macincloud.com for testing the next version of script editor themer as I am now Macless. I was able to install multiple versions of LiveCode with no problems. You really need a fast Internet connection to get the most out of service but so far so good.
My software never has bugs. It just develops random features.
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