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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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Neither the RAM, Processor, or SSD can be upgraded. I recommend 16 GiB RAM, everything else you can decide on. There have been quite a number of posts asking about upgrades, so I'll point you to one I answered earlier today, more specific questions feel free to ask. I use my '11 15" MacBook Pro for development, systems administration, and other ...


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I use the 13 inch MBP for development. It is essential that you buy an external monitor. I recommend the LG Ultrawide. Also get a decent keyboard; chicklet keyboards are known to cause tendonitis. Lastly, don't over-spend. Lots of people buy elaborate gear and then never really use it.


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It would be perfect for development! I'm a Software Engineer and I'm currently developing using a MBP 13'' mid 2010, 2.66 GHz, 8 GB RAM, NVIDIA GeForce 320M 256 MB. Everything mentioned above work fine and smooth. I've also tried a MBP 13'' and 15'' mid 2014 and they are very fast compared to mine model. Are Atom.io and Android Studio working without ...


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Apple's EULA doesn't allow installing OS X on VMs not running on a Macintosh.


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A few further recommendations: Pythonista for native, unjailbroken Python coding Prompt and Transmit for SSH and SFTP access Screens for VNC (I would've commented on the accepted answer but I don't have enough rep yet to do so.)


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You can turn your ipad to superb engineering/coding device with buffer editor. It's great code editor with vim support and it also supports autocomplete and syntax highlighting for many languages. You can find it from appstore https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/buffer-editor-code-editor/id502633252?mt=8 or from http://www.buffereditor.com


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The files are stored in the project directory; in Xcode, find the file you'd like to see where is, right-click it, and choose "Show in Finder". Nope. You'll have to recompile for other platforms, and possibly change code to be more portable. (That last, of course, depends on what libraries you use.) Probably. Xcode may set some compiler flags you wouldn't ...



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