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Running, Debugging, and Testing

In AppCode, you can run, debug and test various types of applications without leaving the IDE.

When you run or debug an application with AppCode, it performs the following general steps:

  1. Build the application using Xcode tools (you can check the path to Xcode on the Xcode settings page).
  2. Depending on the application type, AppCode either runs the resulted executable or launches it using the specified system utility (emulator or connected device). If you debug an application, AppCode will first run the selected debugger (GDB or LLDB) and then pass the executable to it.

In this part you can find basic information about:

Refer to the sections Running, Debugging and Testing for the detailed descriptions of procedures.

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Last modified: 20 July 2016