Git support for Xcode projects allows you to take your Xcode and Swift projects into local and remote Git repositories. In this video, learn how to create local and remote repositories from Xcode.
- [Instructor] Xcode 10…has excellent source control features,…which you can set up through Xcode preferences.…In Xcode preferences, head over to the accounts tab.…To add your account, click the plus button…at the bottom left and then select the appropriate account.…Note that Xcode 10 has actually added support for Bitbucket,…in addition to GitHub for source control.…Choose the appropriate account.…Hit continue and then log-in.…Once you've done that, you can close out…the preferences window and then create a new project.…
I'm going to create a new Cocoa App…under MacOS and hit next.…We'll call this product source control…and then hit next.…Let's go into the appropriate folder.…So desktop, exercise files.…I'm going to save in chapter three.…We'll call this source control setup.…Then I'll create a folder in there called final,…and, of course, if you're following along…with exercise files, so that's inside of that folder.…
Now, you can automatically create…a local repository by checking this box…and normally that's what you're going to do,…
- Installing Xcode
- Creating your first project
- Editing code
- Creating snippets
- Prototyping in playgrounds
- Implementing version control with Git
- Building and connecting the interface
- Compiling and debugging apps in Xcode
- Creating workspaces for sharing resources and code
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started
2. Edit Code
3. Source Control
4. Interface Builder Basics
5. Compile and Debug
Create a workspace2m 51s
Next steps1m 5s
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