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With the upcoming Xcode 7 it's now possible to install apps on your devices without an apple developer license: Now everyone can get their app on their Apple device. Xcode 7 and Swift now make it easier for everyone to build apps and run them directly on their Apple devices. Simply sign in with your Apple ID, and turn your idea into an app ...
The lowercase "d" should work. If it doesn't, you can install GNU install with Homebrew coreutils which will provide the "D" flag.
Turn on Home Sharing using Remote 1.Connect iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to a Wi-Fi network on the same local network as your Mac, PC, or Apple TV. Open the Remote app on your iOS device. Turn on Home Sharing from the Remote Settings screen. Sign in to the same Apple ID you used on your other devices.
Here is the OS X Yosemite v10.10 Documentation. You can always find developer resources on the Apple Developer sites. You can find other OS X documentations there, as well as iOS documentations. Other resources, such as feature descriptions, revision histories, upcoming changes, and user agreements can be found there, also. The best of luck in your ...
There will be no correct answer to your question. Much relies on your preferences and development needs. Developers working on Mac or iOS software are expected, by Apple, to do so without using a virtual machine. If you are deploying to Linux or a non-Mac platform, a virtual machine is probably recommended. To test your software on other versions of OS X, ...
IntelliJ IDEA is overall a good IDE, it's available on Mac, and it supports editing XML in ways such as syntax highlighting, collapsing a given scope, and validating XML. I haven't used it much for XML, but I've had good experiences with that IDE for other purposes so thought I would mention it here.
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