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Bartek Wilczynski

IT consultant and entrepreneur with over 10 years of experience in a variety of medium-size line of business applications, mostly in .NET technology.

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My new application will be released in the coming days and I plan to release it in two versions - paid and ad-supported free version.

Here is how you can create your lite version in XCode 4 in five easy steps:

  1. Duplicate your current target and rename it to something like YourAppName LiteXCode 4 duplicate target
  2. In YourAppName Lite target go to Build Settings and change Product Name to YourAppName LiteXCode 4 update product name
  3. In YourAppName Lite target edit Other C Flags and for all available configurations add the following value -DLITE_VERSION=1. This setting will be later on used in your code for conditional compilation.XCode 4 update Other C flags to lite version
  4. In YourAppName Litetarget go to summary pane and change your "lite" application icon.XCode 4 lite version icon
  5. In your code whenever you want to execute code only for lite version do the following:
    #ifdef LITE_VERSION
    AdWhirlView *adWhirlView = [AdWhirlView requestAdWhirlViewWithDelegate:self];
    adWhirlView.frame = CGRectMake(0, 480 - 50, 320, 50);
    [self.view addSubview:adWhirlView];