Xcode error fixing

  • does not have sandbox access for frZQaeyWLUvLjeuEK43hmg and IS NOT appropriately entitled

For this one, I unchecked and then rechecked each of the libraries on the right side bar. I believe that the error then went away, because I started at 348 and now I’m at 347.

Hmmm. I seem to have forgotten to clean my Xcode before building. Seeing if that helps.

Actually now the build failed, and there are 365 buildtime issues. Um.

Okay, so it turned out it had forgotten it had a link to a library. Went it checked and unchecked it, and now it’s happy. Still 355 issues.

Apparently these aren’t supposed to cause problems for app store reviewing ? (from 2014) …

https://forum.unity3d.com/threads/unity-ios-64-bit-support.287172/page-3

I’m getting some sort of memory leak …

https://spin.atomicobject.com/2016/01/25/ios-memory-leak-xcode/

Okay. I’m going to just try to upload it to iTunes connect and come back if there are more problems, because my build is succeeding

Update:

I apparently had gotten it all set on my apple developer page, but NOT in my iTunes Connect My Apps section of that app. It validated and found it nicely, then had a random, different error. Going to see if I can replicate it right now.

The other thing I’m looking at is the app preview. This website has a pretty easy way to do it:

https://developer.apple.com/support/app-previews/

It makes me wonder if I need to have the white flashcards make some sort of button behavior, like change color when they’re touched. Otherwise, it won’t show up in the app preview.

Okay, the upload was successful this time.

Oh! I didn’t realize this, but now it gets processed by Apple before I get to fiddle with it in my iTunes Connect. Okay, cool! First step done. Apparently I get an email from them when they’re done processing.

https://developer.apple.com/library/content/documentation/LanguagesUtilities/Conceptual/iTunesConnect_Guide/Chapters/UploadingBinariesforanApp.html

WOOOOOO okay this is silly but I’m going to memorialize this email:

Dear Brittany Mclaughlin,

The following build has completed processing:

Platform: iOS
App Name: Vowel Teams
Build Number: 0
Version Number: 1.0
App SKU: SU0817171
App Apple ID: 1272798152

You can now use this build for TestFlight testing or submit it to the App Store.

If you have any questions regarding your app, click Contact Us in iTunes Connect.

Regards,

The App Store team

Good job, me!

Do I need to handle the fact that it’s clearly designed for kids? Or can I say it’s an early reading app just for people in general.

Text I wrote for promo:

Do you work with early readers? Are they struggling with phonics concepts like vowel teams? Use this as a tool to help them build words with letters and sounds.

Text I wrote for description:

This is a tool for those helping people learning how to read practice tricky concepts about letters and sounds. It has been used successfully in reading programs with tutors.

First, choose the level and difficulty – start with Level 1, easy mode. This has all the sounds on each of the chunks. Show the early reader how to press all of the buttons, listen to the sounds, and repeat them. Then, start solving the puzzle – when pressed, the white block says a word. Build the word out of the letter chunks, matching the colorful blocks to the same color slot. Don’t correct them right away if they mix something up – this tool is designed for them to reflect on their own answers. Once they’ve filled in all the words in the level, help them sound out each word. As they sound it out, see if they find their own mistakes – if they don’t, ask broad questions like – is that the same sound you hear in the answer block (and press the answer block).

After the person you are tutoring is comfortable with easy mode, challenge them to hard mode! Here, the only blocks that make noise are the white answer blocks. Encourage them to sound out the colorful blocks while they select them, and correct them as they go if they are using the wrong sounds. If this level is too tricky or discouraging, repeat the easy levels and do word building exercises with similar letter and sound combinations outside of the app.

Remember, this is a tool to help you tutor! You’ll want to reinforce the skills practiced in this tool with outside reading (especially with related words), and other early reading activities.

 

Changed it to adults:

 

Promo:

Do you tutor adults learning how to read? Are they struggling with phonics concepts like vowel teams? Use this as a tool to help them build words with letters and sounds.

Description:

This is a tool for those helping adults learn how to read, where they can practice tricky concepts about letters and sounds. It has been used successfully in reading programs with tutors.

First, choose the level and difficulty – start with Level 1, easy mode. This has all the sounds on each of the chunks. Show the early reader how to press all of the buttons, listen to the sounds, and repeat them. Then, start solving the puzzle – when pressed, the white block says a word. Build the word out of the letter chunks, matching the colorful blocks to the same color slot. Don’t correct them right away if they mix something up – this tool is designed for them to reflect on their own answers. Once they’ve filled in all the words in the level, help them sound out each word. As they sound it out, see if they find their own mistakes – if they don’t, ask broad questions like – is that the same sound you hear in the answer block (and press the answer block).

After the person you are tutoring is comfortable with easy mode, challenge them to hard mode! Here, the only blocks that make noise are the white answer blocks. Encourage them to sound out the colorful blocks while they select them, and correct them as they go if they are using the wrong sounds. If this level is too tricky or discouraging, repeat the easy levels and do word building exercises with similar letter and sound combinations outside of the app.

Remember, this is a tool to help you tutor! You’ll want to reinforce the skills practiced in this tool with outside reading (especially with related words), and other early reading activities.

 

Alright. Now it’s “waiting for review”.

In the meantime, I should get a privacy policy for this app… right?

 

 

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