Monday, September 23, 2013

Modifying the iOS Settings.bundle Using Build Phases


Most iOS apps today communicate with a server to send and receive data. During development you may have several servers (QA, Staging, Prod) and oftentimes find that you need to distribute copies of your app pointing to each server. A common approach here is to create a temporary "debug" page where you can configure which server you want your app to use. This is a good solution but a more elegant one exists. The idea is to create a settings page in the iOS settings app, where you can select between servers or enter your own custom URL. This solution keeps debug code down to a minimum and is less disruptive not requiring an entire debug page created in the app.


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