Create new variables in LLDB and use them to make your debugging life easier.
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Jerry is a co-founder of Five Pack Creative, a mobile development company specializing in iOS development. He’s worked on client projects, like American Airlines and Match.com, but lately he’s been pouring his focus into Hours, a time tracking app. He is passionate about creating well-crafted code and teaching others. In partnership with Ray, he recently launched Alt-U, a live remote and in-person iOS training program.
Jerry enjoys spending time on the beach with his wife and kids, SCUBA diving, and watching movies.
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Learn about the three ways to inspect data in your app and the danger that comes with the power.
In this video, see what’s coming up in the section and start learning about scope in LLDB.
Review what you’ve learned in this section and see what’s coming up in Section 2.
Put your new-found skills to the test, logging what’s going on in framework code.
Learn how to use symbolic breakpoints to understand what’s going on in UIKit code. Add conditions to fine tune your breakpoints.
Take your debugging skills to the next level! Learn more about using breakpoints, the LLDB command line, and Xcode tools to help find and fix issues in your apps.
Use breakpoints to add new logging without having to stop, add code, and recompile.
Create exception breakpoints to make finding the cause of an unhandled exception easier. See how to share breakpoints between projects or multiple users of a project.
This introductory video will preview the course and introduce the debugging framework that will be used throughout.