XCODE is Apple’s Integrated Development System (IDE) which is mainly designed for developing Apple’s documentation and built-in interface. This XCODE is used for constructing various graphical interfaces so that you can get the best results and can easily understand and use them on your operating device.
The XCODE is designed to work Mac OS in a very simple way. XCODE supports the source code which supports various languages like C, C++, Objective C, Java, etc. and can be used to compile and debug different applications running on iOS devices.
The XCODE is only an OS X app, so it does not work on the Linux or Windows platforms. But there are still some options through which you can easily use XCODE on these operating systems. A version of Swift compiler which is a command line only can be used for using XCODE on LINUX operating system. With this guide, you can use XCode for windows. This version of the Swift compiler is easily available on the Swift open source project website (swift.org) from where you can easily download and store it in your computer system.
XCODE for LINUX includes very amazing built-in features which make it best app for developing iOS apps. The features of this app are: –
- XCODE acts as an interface builder for iOS devices and helps in accelerating the developmental process of iOS apps.
- It works as an editor extension for the source editor and which helps in customizing and enhancing your coding experience with this application.
- XCODE helps is resolving various run time issues by compiling and debugging the iOS applications to be built.
How to download and use XCODE for LINUX: –
You can easily develop multiple apps with the help of XCODE by using it on your MAC OS but if you want to use it on your LINUX system then you have to You can use XCODE for your LINUX platform very easily and in a quick way by just following the following steps:
Make settings to install Mac to LINUX: –
· Open up your web browser and search for the MAcingtosh iOS IPC*86 here.
· Open the terminal and search for the sud0 apt.
· Click on the install option and wait for the installation process to be completed.
· Once the sud0 apt gets successfully installed to your device create a blank IMG by using the following command:
qemu-image create (name).img (size)G
· Make settings for Mac installation by giving the following command:
qemu-system_x86_64 -hda/(path to img) -vga std -m 2048 -soundhw ac97 -cdrom /(path to iso) – boot d
· This command will enable your LINUX operating system to get ready for the installation of Mac to your device.
Install Mac to LINUX: –
· Open the Mac OS site on your device and fill the requirements.
· No, select the 9.50 voodo kernal installation file.
· Open the driver > chip set driver > Legacy Intel
· Go to the audio option and select for AC97 Audio here.
· Then click on the PS/2 Keyboard and Mouse FR options.
· Once you have clicked all options, click on the install option for starting the installation process.
· Now, open your terminal again enter the following command there:
qemu system x86 64 boot e -vga std m 2048 hda/(path to img)
· On the successful completion of the Mac on your device, the next step is to install XCODE to your device.
Install XCODE to LINUX: –
· Open the apple.com on your web browser.
· Create your Apple id and sign in to the account.
· Click on the download option and select the public version.
It will redirect you to the Mac App Store from where you can easily download XCODE to your device