In the Project Properties, you can store general technical specifications for your project and define the app icon and launch images.
You can open this dialog either via the button with the gearwheel on the right side of the toolbar or via the menu (File -> Properties…).
Enter the name of your app here.
Enter the name of your company here.
In this field you can see the bundle identifier of your app. This is automatically generated by appdoo using the name of your app and the name of your company. This specification cannot be changed.
Enter the version number of your app here. This must be increased with each update of your iOS app.
Here you specify the language of the content of your app.
Here you can see which device type you selected when creating the project. This specification cannot be changed.
Here you can select whether or when the Statusbar is to be displayed or hidden. You can choose between the following options:
never (recommended for iPhone X)
The Bar status is always displayed.
during app launch
The status bar will be hidden when your iOS app starts. After the start the Status Bar is visible again.
The Bar status is always hidden.
Here you specify which device orientations your iOS app should support.
App Icon & Launch Images
Here you define the icon of your app. Simply drag the corresponding file from the Finder into the field. The icon must have a size of 1024 × 1024 pixels and be in PNG format. Further information on the design of the app icon can be found in the appropriate section of Apple’s Human Interface Guidelines.
Here you define the launch images of your app. Simply drag the corresponding files from the Finder into the fields. Depending on the selected project type, you will need images in the following sizes:
- 640 × 1136
- 750 × 1334
- 1242 × 2208
- 1125 × 2436
- 1536 × 2048
- 2048 - 1536
All images must be in PNG format. For more information on how to design your launch images, see the appropriate section of Apple’s Human Interface Guidelines.