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Test Your Knowledge: Starting with Xcode for iPhone development
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This is a test on the article that discusses getting started with Xcode Tools for iPhone development. Article talks about finding the Xcode in the directory structure. It goes through the basics of opening and running a sample iPhone application from Xcode.
 
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Location of Xcode

Figure 1. Location of Xcode, Interface Builder, Instruments, and Dashcode on the hard disk. By default these tools, documentation, libraries, etc. will be installed in the Developer folder.

Figure 2. The Dock with Xcode on it. It’s the one with hammer and blueprint signifying designing and building. Here, the icon next to it is Eclipse, another development tool for Java-Based programming.

Starting the Xcode

Figure 3. The Welcome window of Xcode. The iPhone Dev Center and Mac Dev Center provide links to videos, code, and reference material.

Figure 4. About Xcode Version 3.1.1. This can be used for developing applications for Mac OS X, iPhone, and iPod Touch.

Sample Application

Figure 5. Xcode Project Window. This project window has the groups and list of files on the left. On the right, you would find the details of the files and the source code editor at the bottom.

Running the application

Figure 6. The compiled application in the iPhone simulator. This application uses SQLite as the database in the back to store the information about books.

 
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