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Xcode 4 iOS Development by Steven F. Daniel

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Getting to know the Xcode Development Environment

I am hoping that up to this point, you would have successfully downloaded and installed the Xcode 4 developer tools and iOS SDK. From this point on, we will start to familiarise ourselves with the newly redesigned Xcode 4 development workspace and what is involved in migrating older projects, as well as creating a new project from scratch.

One environment to bind them all

The first thing that you will notice when you fire up the Xcode 4 IDE is that the interface has gone through some significant changes that provide better workflow to enable developers to be more productive. The new interface features a LCD-like display, similar to that found in iTunes. This is called the Activity Window and is ...

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