Archive for the “Xcode” category
by John on December 10, 2013
Need a basic hex viewer/editor? – Open file with Xcode – Enter Shift-Command-J – Right-click the filename in the left sidebar – Select Open As Hex
by John on December 10, 2013
You may be familiar with the Xcode Open Quickly option, which provides a shortcut to open a file in your project via Shift-Command-O and entering a file name. This is often much quicker than searching through the Project Navigator to (…)
by John on November 12, 2013
Apple has released a minor update to Xcode, 5.0.2, which is available in the Mac App Store. You can also download Xcode as a standalone .dmg file, which is handy if you want to install Xcode into a Folder other (…)
by John on November 6, 2013
Xcode 5.0.2 GM seed has been published in the iOS and Mac Dev Centers.
by John on October 31, 2013
Oliver Jones: Recently I was coding in Xcode 5 … and I noticed a bug when trying to view the quick help for a symbol. This is usually done by option clicking on a symbol in the Xcode editor pane. (…)
by John on October 25, 2013
Mattt Thompson: So this week on NSHipster, we’ll take a look at the hidden world of Xcode runtime configuration, so that you, dear reader, may also saunter up to the great lunch counter of Objective-C and order to your heart’s (…)
by John on October 23, 2013
To coincide with the release of OS X Mavericks, Apple has released Xcode 5.0.1.
by John on October 21, 2013
Stable Kernel shares what they’ve learned in a recent project regarding Xcode configurations and schemes: We found out first hand just how important maintaining configuration data was and we’d like to share some of the techniques we used for managing (…)
by John on October 2, 2013
Felipe Laso Marsetti of the Ray Wenderlich team has published a tutorial on how to integrate git into Xcode.
by John on October 1, 2013
Zev Eisenberg has written a script to configure Xcode so that curly braces are aligned vertically: Adding a manual new line for every if statement is waste of good brain power, so why not let Xcode do it right in (…)
by John on September 26, 2013
Nils Hayat offers an approach to have two versions of your app on device: I am going to explain how to get both the currently released version of your app and the development build you are working on the same (…)
by John on September 24, 2013
Nils Hayat bumped into something interesting while merging code: Git had just auto-merged a xib file for me!…It turns out that the xib files generated by Xcode 5 are of a completely new kind. It seems that Apple started from (…)
by John on September 18, 2013
You can now download/upgrade to Xcode 5.0. – Mac App Store Xcode 5
by John on September 3, 2013
Mattt Thompson offers an introduction to Xcode snippets, both using the canned snippets in Xcode as well as creating your own: Programming isn’t about being an expert typist, so don’t make it any more difficult for yourself than it needs (…)
by John on August 23, 2013
Just noticed that Apple released Xcode 5 DP 6 on the 21st.
by John on August 13, 2013
Charles Berlin of Mindgrub: A skinnable app is an app that has the same functionality and code base, but contains different assets (images, text, etc) and content. Creating a skinnable app using Xcode for an iOS application is actually quite (…)
by John on July 24, 2013
VVDocumenter, written by Wei Wang, creates a comment block at the top of Objective-C methods, C functions, etc. More than just a template, the inserted block has place holders for each of the defined parameters in the method/function.
by John on July 17, 2013
Delisa Mason is the author of an Xcode plugin for working with CocoaPods: – Downloads and integrates CocoaPods listed in a project’s Podfile – Installs documentation (from CocoaDocs) for the CocoaPods used in the open Xcode workspace – Downloads, updates, (…)