Learn about advanced breakpoint techniques like message and sound logging, debugger commands, and new features in Xcode 5.
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Learn about intermediate breakpoint usage such as symbolic breakpoints, conditional breakpoints, and watchpoints.
The first video in our Debugging in iOS series. Learn how to set breakpoints, step through code, and use the Xcode debugger window.
In this tutorial, you will learn the Core Graphics drawing model and how it dictates the order in the order that you draw your shapes. You’ll also learn how to draw Quadratic and Bezier curves as well as applying transforms to existing shapes. Finally, you’ll use Core Graphics layers to clone your drawings with the ease and style of a James Bond super-villian.
This is a tutorial for intermediate iOS developers, where you’ll get hands-on experience with some extremely useful debugging techniques.