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To develop an application for iOS, you should start with an application called Xcode. There are other alternative tools you can use, but Xcode is Apple's official tool. Note, however, that it only runs on macOS. The latest official version is Xcode 8.3.3 with Xcode 9 (currently in beta) due to be re...
After setting up Xcode, it is not difficult to get your first iOS up and running. In the following example we will: Start a new project Add a label Printing message to console. Run in the simulator Starting a new project When the Xcode welcome screen comes up, choose Create a new Xcode pr...
In the Xcode, you have three separate areas of working - Navigators (in red), Debug area(in green) and Utilities(in blue). The workspace window always includes the editor area. When you select a file in your project, its contents appear in the editor area, where Xcode opens the file in an appropri...
Here I am presenting how to create first basic program in Swift 3 language. First you need to have any basic programming language knowledge or not having then be ready to learn it from beginning. Requirements for developments: MAC OS - Version 10.11.6 or later for new Xcode 8.2 Xcode - Version ...

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