This section allows you to define your app's main information.
Organization: Enter either your or your company’s name.
Identifier: Enter your organization’s bundle identifier. This will be used to identify your application. The product name you enter is concatenated to create the default “Bundle ID” using reverse domain name service notation. This bundle ID must be unique to your app.
For example, if your company’s name is “MyCompany” and your app’s name is “MyApp”, you could choose “com.MyCompany” as your company identifier and your App bundle ID would be com.MyCompany.MyApp.
Help links are available for the Name and Identifier fields.
Product name: Your app’s name. As described above, the product name is used to create the bundle identifier. This Bundle ID must be the same as the Bundle ID you create in your Apple Development account.
Version: The version of your app. Add version numbers in ascending, sequential order starting with 1.0.
Copyright: Your app's copyright. 4D for iOS suggests a copyright format but you can create your own.
Icons: 4D for iOS allows you to create app icons in various ways, in accordance with Apple's guidelines, including dragging and dropping your icons directly from your computer to the icon area. 4D for iOS will generate all of the required formats for you!
- If you already have an icon for your desktop application, you can drag and drop it directly into the icon area.
Main color: The mobile project platform automatically determines the dominant color of your app's icon and uses it to generate a custom color scheme for your app. Whether you're on iOS or Android, the main color will be applied on templates for the navigation bar, the buttons, etc. However, you can modify the default main color and select another one thanks to the color picker, by clicking on "Use the system color selector".
At any time, you can reset the main color and get back to the icon's preset main color, by clicking on "Use the main color of the icon".
Developer: This field is automatically filled with your user account name.
Team: Your Developer Account Team ID.