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Xcode

The integrated development environment (IDE) from Apple that is used to create, compile and test macOS and iOS (iPhone/iPad/iPod) applications. Introduced with Mac OS X Version 10.3 (Panther) and evolving from Apple's Project Builder, Xcode supports writing in C, C++, Objective-C, Swift, AppleScript, Java and Cocoa. See Mac OS X, Objective-C and Cocoa.
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Multimedia solutions provider ViXS Systems Inc announced on Thursday the introduction of XCode 4125 and Xtensiv Broadcast software solution targeted at a wide range of broadcast distribution and professional encoder applications.
QLRT Xcode is used in conjunction with QuickLicense.
The Client software, in addition to the advanced multimedia processing found in the XCode 4200, will enable ViXS to offer both broadcasters and operators the power to enable features and functions that will deliver billable services to customers, Wyplay said.
For Macintosh programmers, this volume describes the software development tools known as Xcode that accompany every new Mac and new OS X.
The Xcode set of tools utilises a UNIX-based environment together with a user interface and other technologies for development processes.
Apple indicated that developers should utilize the iPhone X simulator, which comes with the latest iteration of Xcode, when updating their apps. 
The QLRT Xcode product consists a runtime library file that can be dropped into any Swift or Objective-C application.
29 -- Apple has today released XCode version 7.0.1 for developers, which fixes bugs related to iOS 9's App Thinning feature.
Beginning with an overview of the MacRuby language and coding fundamental,s the work covers the Mac Cocoa environment, the application kit, Xcode, and data models, and includes several practical examples of sample applications.
IOS SDK Programming: A Beginner's Guide covers IOS 4.2 and Xcode 4 and tells how to create iPhone, iPad and iPod touch applications.
Alasdiar Allan's LEARNING IPHONE PROGRAMMING (9780596806439, $29.99) offers keys for iPhone and mobile programmers, presenting an easily-followed guide for building several sample applications using Xcode tools and the Objective-C programming language.