University of Illinois now supports iOS development on campus

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Posted on: February 8, 2011

Calling all campus developers — the University of Illinois now supports iOS development on campus and is set up to deploy apps to the App Store.
The iOS Developer Program License Agreement has been signed so the Office of Technology Management <http://www.otm.illinois.edu> (OTM) can now help you get access to iOS developer tools and is managing the submission of University-owned apps to the App Store.

OTM has enrolled Illinois as a member in three Apple developer programs:

  • Standard Program: for distribution of free and fee-based apps via the App Store (requires submission of the app to Apple for approval)
  • Enterprise Program: for distribution of apps to Illinois-owned devices only (does not require submission of the app to Apple for approval)
  • University Program: an aid in teaching students how to develop apps, allows Illinois professors and instructors to designate up to 200 students to develop and share apps amongst themselves

Membership in the developer programs provides the opportunity to write and distribute iOS apps. iOS was previously known as the iPhone OS, which runs on iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. These apps can be distributed via the App Store or to Illinois-affiliated members, provided that they are released under Illinois’s name and ownership.

Whether you are in the early stages of creating your smartphone or tablet app or have already developed one, fill out the Mobile App Disclosure Form<http://otm.illinois.edu/node/4363> to start working with the OTM.

Contact Dave Washburn, Senior Technology Manager, for more information.
dwashbur@illinois.edu<mailto:dwashbur@illinois.edu>
217-265-0778

And stay tuned for a future announcement regarding the Android Market Developer Distribution Agreement.