I’d love some of your advice on navigating that particular jungle.
Although I’m not sure you are required to have a website, etc., to publish to the App Store, it’s highly recommended. You’ll want a hub that you can communicate with your customers, and provide support.
However, you don’t have to spend a lot of money for a fancy website. You don’t need a custom domain name, or host a dedicated site. Many developers, myself included, use “blog” sites which you can use to post about your Apps.
Many of these sites are free, and also offer premium tiers if you want customization. WordPress is a good example.
I work at a school and am teaching game design to elementary students. Eventually I would like to publish some of their games so they can share them with friends and family for fun. We have a developer account for the school but I am trying to figure out if there is a way to publish but not have them available for the public app store. Thank you.
I would like to know whether or not we should remove all of our code comments before submitting the app to the app store. Or - does the archiving process strip all of the extraneous bloat out of the app.
Thanks for any insight on this that you can provide.