The Workspace Window
Command central for Xcode is the Workspace window, where you’ll do all the things you need to do to develop your app.
In this section, I present only an overview — more or less the map of what’s in the Workspace window and what each bar and button is and does. I came up with this as a way to provide a quick reference to the Workspace window so you can see all its elements, including the various bars and buttons and what they do.
Figure 2-1 shows a “map” of the window. (If you like, put a sticky note on this page so you can refer to this figure at any time when reading the book.) At first glance, it may seem overwhelming, but take a deep breath and don’t worry: I explain each part. As I take you through using Xcode to develop your app, I go into more detail as needed. So for now, take a quick read through the upcoming sections just to familiarize yourself with the lay of the land and then return to Figure 2-1 as needed for quick reference.
The Workspace window consists of:
An optional tab bar
The following sections describe each of these ...