If you opened an old Xcode project in Xcode 11 and wondered where all your simulator versions before iOS 13 went, you may need to tweak the deployment target of your target. … Continue reading →
I made a stupid mistake recently, which cost me more than a few hours of time to figure out. But I learned a couple things: Xcode will let you dig as deep a hole as you like, despite its “assistance”, … Continue reading →
I would hope this is obvious to anyone who’s been around the iOS eco-system during an iOS beta period: Make sure your apps will continue to work with the new release!
Building one app from one code base is pretty straight forward (all other complexities of Xcode development notwithstanding, of course). Building more than one app from one code base is a bit less intuitive, however. Recently someone wrote about using … Continue reading →
If you came to Xcode4 from Xcode3, you noticed a distinctly different methodology to the way in which apps are built, namely Schemes. Schemes introduce more organization and flexibility to how you build targets in Xcode and to what is … Continue reading →