C API for iOS simulator on m1
Are there any plans to support iOS Simulator on M1 Macs?
There are definitely plans to support our C API (CCSMP) on M1 Macs. I don't have an exact date yet, but my guess is this fall.
On the iOS simulator front, I thought you didn't need a iOS simulator on M1 macs as iOS apps could run natively. Is that correct? I'm curious why you'd be looking at using the simulator on the M1.0
koznobikhin Member Posts: 2 ✭
Thank you for the info.
Regarding your question about the need for iOS Simulator, there are plenty of reasons to use it.
- checking UI on different devices
- checking UI with keyboard
- using shake gesture
- checking app behaviour upon entering/leaving background
Surely there are workarounds for when you need libs like that, but it would have been nice to not have to use these workarounds.1
Awesome - thanks @koznobikhin. I'm not an iOS developer so always curious to learn :)0
Coming very soon actually! We are expecting it as part of CCSMP v7.25.0 which is scheduled for April. We'll ping this thread + make a separate post in the community once it's available.
Note that shortly after CCSMP we will see Go/Python support as well :)0