Whether you're new to the platform or a long-time veteran, one of the skills that you'll need to have when creating your iOS apps is the ability to successfully debug your code. In this course, iOS Debugging in Xcode, you'll cover all of the various ways to organize, debug, and interrogate your code so that you can make your iOS app ready for deployment in no time. First, you'll learn what tools are available in the Xcode IDE to help with your debugging. Next, you'll learn some of the best patterns and practices to use in your debugging code. Finally, you'll learn what instruments are and how to utilize them. By the end of this course, you'll be able to not only debug your applications with ease but also know how to write code that will allow you to find issues in your code quicker and easier.
Matt Kruczek is the VP of Mobile, Web and AI at Tallan. Matt has extensive experience in the software industry and is responsible for creating and maintaining any and all architectures and strategies pertaining to the mobile, web and AI disciplines. He has architected and developed several end-to-end Line of Business applications using a variety of Microsoft Technologies including WCF, WPF, ASP.NET , C#, VB, MVC, SQL Server, Microsoft Bot Framework and Entity Framework.
Course Overview Hi everyone, my name is Matt Kruczek and welcome to my course on iOS debugging in Xcode. I am the director of Mobile and Web here at Tallan. Now no one can write perfect code, and knowing how to find the flaws in that code is always going to be a useful skill. So in this course we're going to talk about the ins and outs of debugging your iOS applications in the Xcode IDE. Some of the major topics that we will cover include what tools are available in Xcode to help you with your debugging, what are some of the best patterns and practices to use in your debugging code, and finally, what instruments are and how to utilize them. Now by the end of this course, you'll be able not only to debug your applications with ease, but also know how to write code that will allow you to find issues quicker and easier. Before beginning this course, you should be familiar with the basics of Objective-C and Swift and also the Xcode IDE. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn debugging with iOS debugging in Xcode at Pluralsight.