Can't yet grasp the process how Pythonista works with exporting app into Xcode and making iOS app?
I'm using Pythonista now to make iOS app with several requests, asyncio, sqlalchemy and image parts working together.
Simple interface, several images fpr design of app, etc
I did not yet try to export it to Xcode and I wanted to ask if someone knows how this whole thing works?
I have default folder for application. I can open("filename") there and create a file.
I create .sql file for sqlite via sqlalchemy
I save files into this app folder when I download them from the internet.
Will all of those things work after making it into iOS app?
Does iOS allow for such things as saving your app files there, in the app folder?
Or should I be aware of some major constraints for making iOS apps in Pythonista?
It's very convinient for me to write in Pythonista iOS app since my backend is in Python also.
I’m in the same boat. Have had my app tested by friends and ready to go. If someone has a good tutorial on the process for pythonista (python 3.6) I’d find it of great help and interest.
You will need to download the Pythonista Xcode template from github
Then you will have to modify it to meet apples current restrictions
Your script goes in the script folder of the template. I have an app in the store that uses sql and downloading files with no problems.
@Gadgettyke, looks like there is still no solution for Python 3, so you would need to downgrade to Python 2 to make this work.
Ah ha I see says the blind man!
No wonder I've had no luck... Right, anyone know of a 3 to 2 translator :-):-):-)
The program is simple enough so I'll give it a go.
and many thanks.