Posts Tagged “Xcode”

Change Company Name in Xcode

by john on February 1, 2009

Although covered many other places on the net, I recently had to make a change to the name that Xcode automagically inserts when creating new files, so I figured I’d also pass on this tip to readers of this blog (…)

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How to Uninstall Xcode

by john on October 3, 2008

A friend in San Francisco, Rodney Aiglstorfer, was recently jumping through hoops to get Xcode to cooperate with his iPhone. There’s nothing more aggravating than having your application running within the simulator and getting stuck downloading to a device. At (…)

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Xcode Debugging: Reset Current Line

by john on September 15, 2008

This tip is based on information in the book Xcode 3 Unleashed. I just completed a three part review the book, which you can read here. When inside a debugger and stepping through code, line be line, have you ever (…)

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Xcode 3 Unleashed, Part III

by john on September 11, 2008

This post is the third in a series on the book Xcode 3 Unleashed, by Fritz Anderson. I’ll wrap up the review in this post by covering both highlights of the book and suggestions for future editions. Highlights Let’s begin (…)

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Xcode 3 Unleashed, Part II

by john on September 10, 2008

This post is a continuation of Part I of the book review of Xcode 3 Unleashed, by Fritz Anderson. Unlike the first section of the book, in the second half all topics are self-contained, that is, they are not tied (…)

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Xcode 3 Unleashed, Part I

by john on September 9, 2008

What follows is the first post of three, reviewing the book Xcode 3 Unleashed, by Fritz Anderson. I hope you’ll find the approach to this review to be informative, as it will definitely be different from other technical book reviews. (…)

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TextMate and Xcode

by john on June 27, 2008

I’ve been spending time getting familiar with Xcode as I learn to write applications in Objective-C, with the larger goal of writing applications for iPhone. My editor of choice on the Mac up to this point, is TextMate, an great (…)

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