In this video, Emmanuel Henri demonstrates the proper steps to set up the iOS simulator.
- [Narrator] Okay, so let's make sure we have…everything we need to use ios simulator.…So, the next thing we need to do,…if you don't have Homebrew in your system,…please make sure you go to this page here…brew.sh and then copy and paste this command here…into your terminal.…So, if you don't have that, go ahead and paste it.…I do have Homebrew installed so I'm gonna go right ahead…and use it for the next step.…So, what we need to do the next step is…use these four commands inside of our terminal here.…So, the first one is brew update,…to make sure that we have the latest versions…of all the packages.…
Once we have that done,…we need to install libimobiledevice.…So, copy that line here brew install, like so.…Once Homebrew is done installing,…you can go ahead a paste the command that we just copied.…Now, while it's installing that let's go ahead…and copy the next one.…So, the next one we need to install is these items,…so, ideviceinstaller, ios-deploy, and cocopods.…
So, copy that command,…get back to your terminal.…
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