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Xcode 4 iOS Development by Steven F. Daniel

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Time for action – using the Scheme Editor to define a Scheme

In Xcode 4, whenever you open an existing Xcode project, or create a new one, Xcode 4 automatically creates a default scheme for you. This scheme allows you to either test your application within the iOS Simulator or have it deployed to an iOS device. Additional schemes can be created, and in this section we will see how this can be done:

  1. To select a scheme, you can use the Scheme popup menu, which is located in the upper-left corner of the Xcode workspace:
    Time for action – using the Scheme Editor to define a Scheme
  2. In order to create a new scheme, choose the New Scheme option. Alternatively, if you wanted to edit the active scheme, you would choose ...

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