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Transitioning to Xcode 4

Xcode 4 was released today, and we have 6 free screencasts available to help you quickly make the transition and learn time-saving keyboard shortcuts along the way:

Xcode 4 Project SetupXcode 4 Interface OverviewUtilities Keyboard ShortcutChanging the Assistant LayoutUsing IB in Xcode 4Opening Files, Quickly!
You’ll also want to download our handy Xcode 4 Shortcuts Cheat Sheet to have by your side as you’re crafting your iOS and Mac apps.

This initial round of screencasts is geared toward those of you using Xcode 3 who want to make the jump over to Xcode 4. The concepts are familiar, but it helps to have some guidance around the new user interface. I plan to release more screencasts incrementally over the next few weeks covering features unique to Xcode 4 and general tips and tricks. I’ll happily take topic requests—just leave a comment!

The Pragmatic Studio

FoneMonkey

FoneMonkey lets you create automated tests for your iOS apps by giving you the ability to easily record, edit, and add verification steps to scripts you create by simply interracting with your app in the iOS simulator or device. Scripts can be saved as Objective-C or JavaScript-based tests that can be extended as necessary to automate even the most complex testing scenarios!

FoneMonkey

Magicplan

Automatische Grundrisserstellung mit der iPhone-Kamera

Die iOS-App Magicplan von Sensopia kann mit Hilfe der iPhone-Kamera Grundrisse von Zimmern automatisch erzeugen. Anschließend kann man sie am Bildschirm mit Möbeln bestücken.

Golem

FIVEPOINT Gloves

FIVEPOINT gloves are a stylish way of keeping your hands warm and dry while using your iPhone, iPad, iPod and other touch-screen devices.

Thanks to their specially-designed conductive fingertips, they do what other gloves don't: They let you touch, tap and type on touch-screens without having to take them off.

etre shop

BetterSnapTool

Snapping windows to corners on Mac like Windows 7.

BetterSnapTool

TestFlight

iOS beta testing on the fly
Free over-the-air beta distribution

TestFlight

Put your Objective-C app on your webpage using Flash

Run iPhone Apps Directly From Your Browser With Pieceable Viewer

Part of i/o Ventures first cohort, Pieceable is launching its first product today, the Pieceable Viewer. As you can see above with the Yelp app or here with apps like Hipmunk or Foodspotting, the viewer allows you to run and test out embeddable iPhone apps from your web browser.

TechCrunch

Tower - Git Client

Git has plenty of great features. Using all of them can be difficult if you only
have your command line at hand. That's why we built Tower.

Tower

ZBar bar code reader

ZBar is an open source software suite for reading bar codes from various sources, such as video streams, image files and raw intensity sensors. It supports many popular symbologies (types of bar codes) including EAN-13/UPC-A, UPC-E, EAN-8, Code 128, Code 39, Interleaved 2 of 5 and QR Code.

iPhone SDK

Nuance Mobile Developer Program

Speech-enable your app within minutes.

Open to all developers, the Nuance Mobile Developer Program (NMDP) creates a unique opportunity in the mobile developer ecosystem to power any application with Nuance's proven, best-in-class Dragon NaturallySpeaking voice recognition technology.

Dragon Mobile SDK