Analyze your iOS app

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To help you evaluate how well the Windows Bridge for iOS will work for your app, we are providing an app analysis tool. The tool will examine your project and cross-reference the frameworks and classes used with the ones currently supported by the bridge, and return the results right in your browser. The tool will also identify third-party libraries and SDK packages used in your project and let you know if they – or equivalent libraries – are available on Windows 10. The analysis is just a starting point, but it will give you a good idea of how much work will be required to bring your iOS app to Windows 10.

Note: Depending on the size of your IPA and the number of third-party libraries it uses, the analysis may take several minutes to complete.

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Targeted for iOS (minimum version iOS )
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How do I export an IPA from Xcode?

You will need to export an unencrypted IPA from Xcode to use the app analysis tool. Here's how:

  1. In Xcode, choose Generic iOS Device or a connected device from the Scheme toolbar menu. You can’t create an IPA from a simulator build.
  2. Choose Product > Archive.
  3. In the Archives Organizer, select the archive and click Export.
  4. Select Save for Development Deployment and click Next. The resultant IPA will be code signed with your development certificate.
  5. Follow the Xcode prompts to generate and save your IPA.

What's next?

The app analysis tool will give you a good sense of how well your code will run on Windows, but nothing beats actually trying out the bridge. If you have a PC, you can download the bridge from GitHub and try it out with your app. If you have a Mac, try one of our evaluation virtual machines – preloaded with Windows 10, Visual Studio 2015 and the Windows Bridge for iOS – in Parallels, VMware, Hyper-V or VirtualBox. If you encounter problems, file an issue to let us know and remember that the Windows Bridge for iOS is an open source project so your contributions are welcome as well.

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