DocPicker accompanies to the Introduction to the Document Picker guide in the developer portal.
Setting up sample
To run this sample you need to have an app ID with CloudKit entitlements enabled and provisioning profile linked to it.
Follow the steps in the Introduction to the Document Picker guide to set up your provisioning profile. These are also listed below.
If you don't have one please go to https://developer.apple.com/membercenter/index.action, select "Certificates, Identifiers & Profiles" and use the following instructions.
First of all, you should create an app ID. To do that, select "App ID's" in "Identifiers" section and then press add button at top-right corner of the screen.
- Enter app ID description, e.g.: "CloudKit Atlas sample"
- Select "Explicit App ID" in App ID Suffix and enter bundle ID, e.g.: com.yourcompanyname.CloudKitAtlas
- In App Services services section select iCloud, Include CloudKit support
- Then press Continue button and check that everything is alright
- Press Submit
On the second step we should create provisioning profile linked to newly created app ID. Select "All" in "Provisioning Profiles" section and then press add button at top-right corner of the screen.
- Select "iOS App Development" and press Continue button
- Select newly created app ID in drop down list and press Continue button
- Then select your team members and press Continue button
- Select your devices and press Continue button
- Enter profile name, e.g.: "CloudKit Atlas Development"
- Download provisioning profile and then double click it to install
Finally, open sample in Xamarin Studio and open project settings.
- Set bundle identifier in "iOS Application" section and select provisioning profile created earlier in "iOS Bundle Signing".
- Close project's options and select Entitlements.plist in project explorer then nable iCloud and check the CloudKit option.
- Make sure you are signed into your iCloud account in the simulator or device before running the app.