Fri. Aug 7th, 2020

Apple released Xcode 10: new SDK, Swift 4.2, dark mode

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Apple’s IDE development environment Xcode officially updated to version 10.0, bringing iOS 12, watchOS 5, tvOS 12 and macOS Mojave development SDK and Swift 4.2 development language support. In addition to adding the dark mode to the macOS Mojave system, Xcode 10 also allows developers to easily develop applications with the dark mode.

In addition, the new version also enhances code collaboration, debugging, and continuous integration. Swift compilation speed is also improved, and even double-speed can be increased in large applications.

Xcode 10 includes everything you need to build great apps for all Apple platforms. Now, Xcode and Instruments are doing very well in the new dark mode of macOS Mojave. With this source code editor, you can more easily transform or refactor your code, view source control changes side-by-side with related rows, and quickly get detailed information about upstream code differences. You can build your own instrument with custom visualization and data analysis. Swift builds software faster, allowing your app to be faster and even generate smaller binaries. The speed of the test suite has increased several times, making teamwork easier and safer, and many other advantages.

You can go to the Mac App Store app to download and update the latest Xcode 10.0.