Review the simple example below. Let's see how it is done.


Absolutely NO Apple® iOS coding. Everything is done in your Windows environment.

1. Expose Windows variables

  • A. To control a variable in your Windows code, you need to create a "ghost variable" and tie it to the variable.
  • B. The "ghost variables" can then be retrieved or modified from an Apple mobile device(s).
  • C. Review the sample code for the above example.

2. Configure an iOS view

  • A. Using iQuipment PC (a  Windows application), you can configure a UI view(s) that contains numerous actions (tap on a table, slider, switch, or button, etc) on the Apple mobile devices.
  • B. Connect each action to set or get the value of a "ghost variable".
  • C. View a video demo