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Anyone Can Create an App: Beginning iPhone and iPad programming by Wendy L. Wise

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Chapter 4. Learning more about your development tools: Xcode

This chapter covers

  • Introducing Xcode
  • Getting to know the panels and the Standard Editor
  • A guide to Xcode’s icons

Xcode can look pretty daunting when you first open it. As a beginning programmer, you don’t need to know about all the super powerful features, but you do need to get familiar with the basics.

You’ve already built a simple app using Xcode, and now we’ll go a little deeper into Xcode and its features. You’ll get to know the different panels and buttons and see how some of them work in this chapter. It isn’t terribly important that you remember the name of each panel and button, but if you do, it will definitely make working through this book easier. Apple updates ...

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