Xcode is a tool for coding and creating applications for Apple products and devices. With this program you can provide and distribute software products for all Apple products including iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple Watch and Apple TV. This coding environment has a very nice user interface and all the graphical parts of the program such as the application interface, buttons, menus and images can be visualized and drag-drop, you will not need coding for these parts. As a programmer you are solely responsible for coding the logic of the program.
Xcode has various capabilities for troubleshooting and troubleshooting applications, for example finding memory errors using Memory Debugger will not be difficult. Any code anywhere where bugs are deployed will be detectable and repaired using the program debugger and a bit of programmer intelligence. The Swift language intended for coding in this series is highly readable and will communicate better with Objective C. Naming and Structure The functions and classes in the API are very regular, which speeds up coding operations.
Features of Xcode Software
- Nice, structured and streamlined interface
- Static code analysis (that is to say to the programmer at the time of writing the code and before executing the errors)
- Detection of memory errors
- Very powerful debugger to find errors and problems with the program
- Appropriately named API functions and classes
- Ability to extend IDE capabilities with plugins
- Programming capability for all Apple products
- Ability to write command-line scripts
- High customization capability
- Powerful profiler to view resource consumption trends
- Perform simple tests without leaving the coding environment
- Xcode 9 requires a Mac running macOS 10.13.2 or later.
- Xcode 9 includes SDKs for iOS 11.4, watchOS 4.3, macOS 10.13, and tvOS 11.4
- Xcode 10 requires a Mac running macOS 10.13.6 or later.
- Xcode 10 includes SDKs for iOS 12, watchOS 5, macOS 10.14, and tvOS 12.
- Xcode 10 supports multiple concurrent versions of the Xcode app and any associated tools such as Simulator.
- Xcode 10 can coexist with previous versions of Xcode.
The extension is an xip file.
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|Xcode_10.3 .10G8.||5.65 GB||Part1
|Apple_Xcode 10.1 .10B61. Stable for macOS 10.3 and later||5.65 GB||Part1
|Apple_Xcode 8.3.3 for for macOS 10.12 and later||4.23 GB||Part1
|Apple_Xcode Mac 9.4.1 Build 9Q1019a Stable macOS||4.95 GB||Part1