By: Aaron Hillegass in Cocoa Tutorials on 2010-09-03
Here are some commonly used tools for Cocoa programming:
Xcode: This is the official Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for Cocoa programming. It includes a text editor, debugger, Interface Builder, and other tools for building and testing your applications.
Interface Builder: This is a standalone tool that is also included with Xcode. It allows you to create user interfaces for your applications visually, without writing any code.
Instruments: This is a profiling and performance analysis tool that helps you identify performance issues and memory leaks in your application.
Git: This is a version control system that is commonly used for managing code in Cocoa programming.
CocoaPods: This is a dependency manager for Cocoa projects that simplifies the process of adding third-party libraries and frameworks to your project.
SwiftLint: This is a tool that enforces Swift style and conventions, which can help ensure that your code is consistent and maintainable.
Jazzy: This is a documentation generation tool that can automatically generate documentation for your code, making it easier for other developers to understand and use your code.
There are many other tools available for Cocoa programming, but these are some of the most commonly used ones.
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