It's possibile to distribute an iOS App from Safari with a simple link, this only if the ipa generated is an adhoc distribution.
I use this option instead of using TestFlight, so the app will expire after 10 months (when the adhoc distribution certificate expire) and not after 3 months as the Testflight builds.
To do this i did this:
- Titanium > Package > iOS Adhoc/Enterprise . Titanium generates these files : Appname.ipa, DistributionSummary.plist, ExportOptions.plist and Packaging.log
- In a webserver with https/ssl enabled i have created an html file with a link with this url:
In the same folder (testfolder) i put: Appname.ipa, Appname.plist, the 2 images and the html file.
- Titanium doesn't generate the Appname.plist file for over-the-air installation. This is the file that is needed (with the same name of the ipa -> Appname.plist)
So the question is if this file can also be generated automatically when we do an adhoc distribution.
On stackoverflow i found this image of xCode 9 (see attachment)