What’s new in Xcode 5. Xcode 5 does more than

What’s new in Xcode 5.

Xcode 5 does more than ever to help you create high-quality apps. It automatically configures your apps to use the latest Apple services, manages images in a unified asset catalog, and helps you design stunning interfaces for iOS 7 and OS X. It also makes it easy to analyze your code, monitor performance, and test your apps, and with access to continuous integration built right in, your team can create better apps than ever before.

Automatic Configuration

Xcode 5 automatically configures your app to enable Apple services such as iCloud, Passbook, or Game Center, directly within the IDE. With the new capabilities editor, enabling Apple services is as easy as flipping a switch. Simply enter your Apple ID, and Xcode will download your team information, manage your certificates, add the proper frameworks, create provisioning profiles, define entitlements, and sign your app automatically.

Test Navigator

Test-driven development is easier than ever with the new Test Navigator which helps you create, edit, and run unit tests. A single click can run individual tests or a selected group, and the Assistant editor provides new test-specific categories that automatically place your tests and app code side by side.

Bots for Continuous Integration

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