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Xcode is the development environment used to create iPhone and Mac applications. Theres a lot you can do with Xcode, and its easy to get distracted by all the knobs and levers. But youre using Xcode for one simple reason: You want to build iPhone or Mac applications as quickly as possible. Whether youre a new iPhone developer seeing Xcode for the first time, or wish you were more familiar with the shortcuts, these screencasts will make you a more productive (and happier!) Xcode programmer.
By learning how to use Xcode in a truly productive way, youll spend less time being frustrated and have more time to focus on your application. Well look at essential keyboard shortcuts, how to use text macros and user scripts, template customization, build automation, and other time-saving tips and tricks. Xcode 3.1.2 is used throughout these screencasts.
* Episode 1: Essential Shortcuts (37 minutes)
In this episode, well focus on the essential keyboard shortcuts (over 50!) youll use on a daily basis. Youll learn how to:
o Get oriented in the Xcode workspace
o Select files without using the mouse
o Navigate source code with ease using shortcuts
o Create custom key bindings and change other preferences
o Use code completion for maximum speed
o Refactor code in a safe, automated way
o Build and run an application with shortcuts
o Get to the documentation quickly and effectively
* Episode 2: Power Moves (46 minutes)
In this episode, well kick things up a notch by moving into power user territory. This is fairly advanced (and powerful) stuff, so make sure to start with Essential Shortcuts if youre new to Xcode. Youll learn how to:
o Use predefined text macros to insert code snippets
o Write custom text macros of arbitrary complexity
o Format text macros with user defaults
o Write user scripts to transform text and automate tasks
o Customize project and file templates to meet your needs
o Run a build from the command-line for easy automation
o Write build phase scripts to hook into Xcodes build process
o Inject a Git revision number into your Info.plist file