There is a known issue with the 3491 release of the XDK and importing Construct2 apps that have been exported using the "new process" described below. That issue has been resolved with the 3522 hotfix release. Please upgrade to 3522 or later.
This issue is under investigation and appears to only affect Mac users. Current theory is that it is due to some problems during upgrade.
To help us resolve this issue, please attach a copy of your xdk.log file when this happens, using the following steps:
Summary of the 3759 release:
With this release of the Intel XDK we officially retired several features that were deprecated in previous product releases. We have also addressed several bugs and issues found in prior releases. See the Intel XDK release notes for full details.
New features added with this release include:
If you are experiencing one of many ITMS-90xxx errors when attempting to upload your iOS application to the Apple Developer Store, it is likely due to using an old version of Xcode and the iOS Application Loader tool.
Several developers have reported that including a dash character in their project name results in project creation errors. We are trying to resolve the issue, but have found it very difficult to reproduce. The workaround is to not use dash characters in your project names.
We released version 3641 of the Intel XDK on October 19, 2016. This release is a "hotfix" to address the installation and update problems that appeared as part of the 3619 release. There are no differences to the installed product (when compared to 3619), only differences in the installer.
If you are having trouble downloading the Intel XDK installation package (either due to failed downloads or timeouts), you can download the files directly from these links:
Forgive me if this has been asked/answered before, but I could not find it. Is the future of the XDK for the use of building apps for the store still a major focus for Intel, now and in the future? I ask because based on the traffic on the forums, the future seems bleak for what I am hoping to do. I didnt to a ton of research, but it seems that the number of actual Intel employees responding to forum posts is dwindeling. Can anyone confirm this? What happened to everyone else that was helping users?
Some users have reported an issue with good working apps that work on iOS 9 are not running on iOS 10. It is not clear what the precise source of this issue is, but it appears to be due to a requirement for an updated CSP rule in your index.html file.
Please see this post for a workaround and report back here if the workaround was effective > https://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/intel-xdk/topic/640827#comment-1... <
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Hi IntelXDK Forum!
While trying to test my application I started to get problems with Building the app. It used to work alright using my certificate. Now I get an error that says:
If you are experiencing this issue, please try the workaround located here > https://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/intel-xdk/topic/640827#comment-1... < and in the following posts. We are hoping to have a solution in the next major release.
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When I want to start builds the apps, I got this error and the process is stop.
Does anyone have the same issue?