Xcode app icon not updating


08-Jun-2018 17:00

My Project/www/res/screen/ios/screen-ipad-landscape-2My Project/www/res/screen/ios/My Project/www/res/screen/ios/screen-ipad-portrait-2My Project/www/res/screen/ios/My Project/www/res/screen/ios/screen-iphone-landscape-2My Project/www/res/screen/ios/My Project/www/res/screen/ios/screen-iphone-portrait-2My Project/www/res/screen/ios/My Project/www/res/screen/ios/screen-iphone-portrait-568h-2The app seems to compile correctly and I can open the app in x Code and run it in the i Phone simulator, the problem is that the simulator still shows the Cordova default app icon and splashscreen.We have an updated version of our app icon to replace the existing one, we tried to simply overwrite the old one (image file) with the new version (image file), build and then deploy, what we found on the device is still the old icon being used for our app.Powerful new refactoring tasks happen in place, renaming symbols across Swift, Objective-C, and even user interface files without skipping a beat.And with source compatibility in Swift 4, Xcode 9 uses the same compiler to build existing Swift 3 code and updated Swift 4 code, so you can migrate at your own pace.With your Git Hub account built into Xcode, the clone window shows all of your personal Git Hub repositories, as well as all the repositories where you added a star.From this window, you can search all of Git Hub and check out a project with just a click.I have been trying to change my apps icon, but i cannot seem to do it.

Note that we are still in development stage, which is why we need to update our app icons based on the new art work done by our designers.

When you select a symbol or block of code, the editor will offer powerful operations such as ‘Extract’ or ‘Rename.’ Xcode will then update your code structure directly in the editor, keeping you focused on the code you're working on.