Content of the material
- Device requirements
- Craig Federighi answers complaint about why iOS auto-update doesnt work
- How to set up your new Apple Watch
- Uploading screenshots for “iPad Pro (12.9-inch) (3rd generation)”
- 3 Examples
- What Type of User Liked Path?
- How to test your code
- About the Path Mobile App
- Integrate in-app reviews in your app
In-app reviews only work on the following devices:
- Android devices (phones and tablets) running Android 5.0 (API level 21) or higher that have the Google Play Store installed.
- Chrome OS devices that have the Google Play Store installed.
Craig Federighi answers complaint about why iOS auto-update doesnt work
Apple's Craig Federighi has outlined how the company handles rolling out of automatic updates to iOS, including why it can take weeks to work.
How to set up your new Apple Watch
The Apple Watch has become its own thing, more a separate, independent device over the years, but it is still tied to your iPhone — and especially when you're setting it up.
Uploading screenshots for “iPad Pro (12.9-inch) (3rd generation)”
Starting March 20, 2019 Apple’s App Store requires 12.9-inch iPad Pro (3rd generation) screenshots additionally to the iPad Pro 2nd generation screenshots. As fastlane historically uses the screenshot dimensions to determine the “display family” of a screenshot, this poses a problem as both use the same dimensions and are recognized as the same device family.
To solve this a screenshot of a 12.9-inch iPad Pro (3rd generation) must contain either the string
iPad Pro (12.9-inch) (3rd generation),
ipadPro129 (Apple’s internal naming of the display family for the 3rd generation iPad Pro) in its filename to be assigned the correct display family and to be uploaded to the correct screenshot slot in your app’s metadata.
What Type of User Liked Path?
Path was an ideal app for anyone who felt overwhelmed by the massive growth or large personal networks that Facebook generated. The Path app catered to those who wanted a more private way to share experiences only with the people who mattered most to them.
If users were reluctant to share or interact on Facebook because they felt it was too crowded and not intimate enough, inviting their closest friends to connect with them on Path was a good alternative.
How to test your code
Because it’s a native module, you might need to mock this package to run your tests. Here is an example for Jest, adapt it to your needs :
Or, if you have a Jest setup file:
You might have to use the following value in your mock to resolve
TypeError: Cannot read property 'then' of undefined:
About the Path Mobile App
Path was a mobile app for iPhones and Android devices that launched in November of 2010. It served as a personal journal for connecting and sharing with close friends and family. Path founder Dave Morin, a former Facebook executive, said the app gave users a place to “capture all the experiences on their path through life.”
With Path, users created a multimedia timeline, called a path, consisting of updates and interactions between friends and family. They could also follow the personal paths of others and interact with them. In many ways, the Path app was similar to the look and functionality of the Facebook Timeline feature.
Integrate in-app reviews in your app
Learn how to integrate in-app reviews in your app, depending on your development environment: