iphone simulator for Visual studio 2017

rnair7rnair7 USMember ✭✭

I usually use remote mac for simulator from my windows 7 (Visual studio 2017). In order to see the simulation on my iphone, I connected my iphone direct to the windows pc and chose "Device" as my simulator. However, getting this error message:

No valid iOS code signing keys found in keychain. You need to request a codesigning certificate from https://developer.apple.com. App2.iOS

Any idea how to resolve this?


  • ClintStLaurentClintStLaurent USUniversity ✭✭✭✭✭

    It doesn't work that way. You have to have a mac. You can't build/run/debug an iOS project without building on a mac.

    I would encourage you to read the documentation for Xamarin. This is all plainly described. Do the various walk-throughs and quick start projects from the Xamarin site so you can get a better understanding of the foundation concepts of the eco-system. A couple hours spent learning with save you a week of guessing/assuming and generally trying to reverse-engineer an understanding through experimentation.

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