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Xcode provides everything developers need to create great applications for Mac, iPhone, and iPad. Xcode has unified user interface design, coding, testing, and debugging all within a single window. The Xcode IDE analyzes the details of your project to identify mistakes in both syntax and logic, it can even help fix your code for you.
Xcode includes the Xcode IDE, LLVM compiler, Instruments, iOS Simulator, the latest OS X and iOS SDKs, and hundreds of powerful features:
Innovative tools to help you create great apps
• Interface Builder is fully integrated as a design canvas within the Xcode IDE
• The Assistant shows files related to what you're editing, such as the header, superclass, or a UI preview
• The Version editor shows a live source code comparison through Git or Subversion history
• Live Issues display errors as you type, and Fix-it can correct the mistakes for you
Streamlined interface that is faster and easier to use
• Design your interface side by side with the backing source code
• Create connections from your GUI design directly to the related source code
• Schemes let you customize exactly how your app will build, run, profile, and deploy
• Quick Look variables while debugging to visualize colors, bezier paths, and images
Professional editor keeps you focused on your code
• Click the Jump Bar at the top of the editor to instantly go to another file
• Hit a few keys and Open Quickly will open any file within your project
• View message bubbles to see errors, warnings, and other issues right beside the code
Embedded Apple LLVM technology finds and fixes bugs for you
• Analyzer travels countless code paths looking for logical errors before they become bugs
• Live Issues underlines coding mistakes as you type with no need to build first
• Fix-it can confidently correct mistakes for you with just a keystroke
Test driven development made simple
• Use the Test Navigator to add, edit, or run tests with just a click
• Test Assistant makes it easy to edit your code and related tests, side-by-side
• Create continuous integration bots for OS X Server 3.0 to automatically build and test your apps.
Instruments for visual performance analysis
• Compare CPU, disk, memory, and OpenGL performance as graphical tracks over time
• Identify performance bottlenecks, then dive deep into the code to uncover the cause
• Monitor your app directly, or sample the entire system, with very little overhead
To test or deploy applications on an iOS device you must be a member of Apple's iOS Developer Program. To submit your Mac or iOS apps to the App Store you must be a member of the Mac or iOS Developer Program. Continuous integration features require OS X Server 3.0 on Mavericks. Some features may require Internet access.
What's New in Version 5.0.2
Includes SDKs for OS X 10.9 Mavericks, OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion, and iOS 7.
• Fixes occasional hangs in iOS Simulator during app install, or when debugging.
• Fixes a crash that could occur while debugging on devices running iOS 6.
• Additional bug fixes and stability improvements.
Thanks for information on installing
The information about uninstalling and then reinstalling worked great. The problem was that the system was apparently trying to do both an update and a full install at the same time.
Go to /Applications and delete all copies of XCode, including the one marked App Store Download. When you delete the one marked App Store Download, it will ask if you want to delete the download. Say yes.
After moving the applications to Trash, empty the trash can and reboot. You can then do a full install of XCode.
I am restating the instructions because some people might not understand that uninstalling in this case is accomplished by simply deleting the application from the directory.
Update failed, unable to launch or even try to reinstall
Just as the title says, the update says it’s installing (it’s really not, it’s been this way for days) and won’t let me launch xcode until it’s done. I can’t stop the current “installation” either. In the mean time, my C compiler is completely hosed and I’m not even able to use ANY of the command line tools. The only reason I have git is because I got a binary from a coworker. But don’t worry, as soon as I get it working it’ll clobber my copy of git anyway because clearly it’s incapable of using one that I installed manually. This is absolutely ridiculous.
Xcode is great!
It intuitevily understands you and coding with it is a total pleasure. I’ve worked with many IDEs such as Delphi, Visual Studio, Eclipse etc, but none of them gived me so much pleasure. I’m just having a rest when coding with Xcode. Of course Objective-C itself has it’s lion dose in this.
- Category: Developer Tools
- Updated: Nov 11, 2013
- Version: 5.0.2
- Size: 2.09 GB
- Language: English
- Seller: Apple Inc.
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Compatibility: OS X 10.8.4 or later