Version Control with Git
Chapter 11 focused on errors and exceptions and how you can use the tools in Xcode to root them out. You looked at the three most common types of errors and exceptions: logic, runtime, and compile-time errors. You also looked at how to make sense of the call stack when your application crashes.
The focus of this chapter is version control, and specifically how Xcode integrates with the Git source code management system. Xcode stands out from other IDEs in this department. Its integration is so fine and complete that it’s a joy to use and so intuitive you’ll wonder why you haven’t used it before.
As you work through the intricacies of version control, you’ll create a voice-recorder application called HearMeNow ...