In the last chapter, we saw the Playground tool. It's a simple tool to test your code, but if you want to actually create an application and run it on a device or publish and distribute it through the Mac or iOS App Store, you need to create an Xcode project.
In this chapter, we will take a tour of Xcode. We will take a detailed look at the interface, create a very basic "Hello World" application, and make it run on the simulator and later on the device.
We will be covering the following topics extensively in this chapter:
Xcode comes with some predefined application types for creating some specific types of applications. ...