Xcode is the flagship application of Appleas suite of developer tools. In this book, Xcode experts Maurice Kelly and Joshua Nozzi show you how to use Appleas powerful developer tools to start writing iOS and OS X apps. Youall learn what Xcode can do and gain a deep understanding of how Xcode works so you can create and maintain great apps of your own. After a tour of the Xcode tools suite, youall jump in by creating a basic Cocoa app and exploring the Xcode interface. Youall learn how to manage your project, write and debug code, build user interfaces, and use version control. Youall also learn to customize the build process, write and run unit tests, profile your code, and deploy your apps. This book includes: Detailed instruction, ample illustrations, and clear examples Real-world guidance and advice Insight into best practices from two Xcode experts Emphasis on using Xcodeas streamlined interface for UI design, coding, testing, and debuggingYou can create a post-action run script by selecting the Edit Scheme entry from the Scheme menu on the toolbar. ... Use the Add (+) button to create a new Run Script action. ... Some involve checking things into and out of repositories and even setting build numbers to revision numbers pulled from those repositories.
|Author||:||Maurice Kelly, Joshua Nozzi|
|Publisher||:||Peachpit Press - 2013-07-11|