Xcode in iPhone development

The suit or collection of tools developed by Apple for developing software for Mac OS X and iOS – is called as Xcode. The latest stable release is version 4.2.1, which is available at the Mac App Store free of charge for iPhone developers. The Xcode suite includes a modified version of Complier collection and supports the programming platforms such as C, C++, Java, Python, RoR, Objective C, Objective C++, etc. The Xcode suit uses the GNU Debugger as the back-end for its debugger.

The features of the Xcode suite is the technology to distribute the building of source code over multiple computers. The more recent versions of the Xcode added a second system for iPhone programmers, known as Dedicated Network Builds, which scales better to larger and high-end configurations. Xcode also includes Apple’s WebObjects tools and frameworks for building Java web applications and web services.

With this, the Xcode also includes a very unique framework called as DTrace, a dynamic tracing framework created by Sun and released as a part of OpenSolaris.

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