A provisioning profile binds numerous digital objects, such as our applications, certificates, and devices, together. A provisioning profile has two parts: one is our development provisioning profile and the other is the distribution profile.
Before we create a new provisioning profile, let's first create an app ID for our application. Inside the provisioning portal, we have a section for creating the app ID. It is necessary to create a new app ID for every application. This app ID is then used while generating a new provisioning profile.
First, we add the description; this is how we will recognize our app ID in our provisioning portal. Next, we add a seed ID. (For first-time users, you will get an option to generate a new one.) Lastly, we add a bundle identifier. We are going to use this bundle identifier in the
Rakefile of our RubyMotion project later on. The general nomenclature of naming a bundle identifier is the reverse domain notation, where com is followed...