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Learning iOS Development: A Hands-on Guide to the Fundamentals of iOS Programming by Erica Sadun, Rod Strougo, Maurice Sharp

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A Quick Tour of the Xcode Project Interface

You will spend a lot of time developing apps in Xcode. Figure 2-5 shows Xcode after expanding the project files and selecting the ViewController.m file.

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Figure 2-5 Parts of the Xcode project interface

The following is a quick tour of the Xcode interface. Later chapters go into more detail on different parts. The following numerals correspond to the numerals shown in Figure 2-5:

1. Pressing the Run (left-hand) button compiles and launches your app in the simulator or on a device. Pressing and holding Run gives you other options, such as testing or analyzing your project. The right-hand button stops a ...

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