<img src=http://developer.apple.com/m...ck Me"><br><br>Xcode 2.0 is the fastest and easiest way for developers to create applications for Mac OS X Tiger. It's also the best way to take advantage of all of the new developer technologies that Apple has put into Tiger. Xcode brings together the power of UNIX, a mix of high-performance development technologies, and the ease of use of Mac OS X. Whether you're writing your application in C, C++, Objective-C, or Java, scripting in AppleScript, or looking to migrate code from another legacy tool, you'll find that Xcode is the perfect tool.<br><br>Xcode 2.0 builds on the foundation previously set by Xcode 1.0 and 1.5, including such technologies as Fix and Continue, Zero Link, predictive compilation, remote debugging, distributed builds, smart groups, and code completion. On top of this foundation, Xcode 2.0 introduces a set of powerful new visualization tools, introduces new workspace layouts, comes with a new version of GCC, and software development kits for every major new technology on the system. This article shows you these new features in Xcode 2.0. <br><br>----<br>:)
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