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The devices tab is now a new screen. Use for Development no longer exists. The option in Window โ†’ Devices or โ‡งโŒ˜2. From that window you could enable devices for development by adding your provisioning profiles. Right click on device and select Show Provisioning Profiles.... It will appear a window where you can add your profiles. After that you will be ...


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You could install both of them using Homebrew: brew install gcc brew install git To install homebrew, you just need this single command: ruby -e "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/master/install)" Anyway, if you want to use git and gcc installed on you system, you don't need to install Xcode, instead you just need to ...


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No you don't, at least not anymore. The possibility mentioned by @jherran involves installing yet another piece of software. If that's ok with you, you can use Hombrew or Macports. Its controversial which one is 'better', so take which one you like. But, since OSX Yosemite (or maybe earlier, not sure), the Command Line Tools can be installed separately, ...


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You can get older versions of Xcode in the Developer Center Downloads section you can go through the pages of Xcode related downloads to find the one you're looking for. You may need to log in to access this page.


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Yes, if you have a paid developer account you can create signed IPAs which can be installed on the device remotely, or you can use TestFlight. If you don't have a paid developer account but your device is jailbroken you can install unsigned IPAs. Note that this doesn't include debugging which can't be done remotely.


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You could right click on the top bar and open the folders you want.


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Try command clicking on the blue Project folder, for you it's the Portfolio Manager App bit on the left.


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You can use all the laptops from Apple for xcode development, so choose one that fit in your budget. Although it is not a laptop you should also look at the Mac-mini, the cost is much lower than a laptop. I am using a Mac-mini for xcode development and use a Mac-pro for my daily work. The development platform i always want to keep clean that's why i use two ...


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Being a programmer myself, I think screen size and amount of memory are the most important factors to consider. The processors and graphic chips of all current MacBooks will be sufficient for this kind of work, although the MacBook Airs come standard with an Intel i5 processor, which can be upgraded to an i7 for a small price. Memory: MacBook Airs come ...



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