Please note, this blog entry is from a previous course. You might want to check out the current one.
This weeks Friday Session is/was called “Getting your application running on a device”. This lecture does not show up on iTunes, most likely, because it describes how to use a Stanford University Developer License.
However, connecting an actual device is not too difficult, once you received your valid developer license from Apple.
In Xcode go to the Organizer (button on the upper right hand side of the screen). There you will find a tab called Devices. Now connect your iPhone/iPad to your computer … and Xcode will do the rest … or at least will tell you what to do …
… and just recently Stanford provided some notes to for this session with the mysterious name “Section 3: Developing on Devices”.