Category Archives: Xcode

XCode is a IDE by Apple which is used for developing iOS and mac application.

App Transport Security basics

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App Transport Security (ATS)  is a network security feature on Apple platforms and is enabled by default. It ensures that applications implement industry standard security without known weaknesses and ensures data integrity and privacy. The purpose of App Transport Security is to improve sense of security in end users by… Read more »

Rename Xcode 9 project completely with Pods and Bridging header

Renaming a project in Xcode can be a trouble if you don’t know what you are doing. In this tutorial you will learn about steps and checks necessary for changing project name. This guide is divided into 2 section Renaming a basic Xcode project Renaming a Xcode project with Pods… Read more »

WKWebView NSCoding support was broken in previous versions

WebKit was introduced in iOS 8 but was released with an error which resulted in a runtime crash if the configuration was done using Interface Builder. So in Xcode 9 if your project configuration has minimum OS support less than 11.0 and you try to add WebKit using interface builder… Read more »

Add Custom Font in iOS Application Xcode 9

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Adding custom font of your choice or of your business theme, in your iOS app is quite important. Custom fonts can enrich your app and transform it from just and app to an awesome app. Adding custom font in iOS application is a step by step process. In this article… Read more »

How to Disable ARC for files in a project? Xcode

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ARC can be disabled for a single or group of files in a project. Adding -fno-objc-arc  compiler flag for the selected files in Target->Build Phases -> Compile Sources disables ARC for those files. You can do it in simple two steps Go to Target – > Build Phases-> Compile Sources Select… Read more »

xcrun: error: active developer path does not exist

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If while using git or brew commands you get  “xcrun: error: active developer path (“/Applications/”) does not exist” it means that xcode command line tool is not being found. Happens usually after updating Xcode or removing it. usually one of the two commands given below resolves it sudo xcode-select –… Read more »