Building in the XCode build environment is a great way to start off your next project.
You can use a command-line tool like Xcode Builder to generate a build configuration and you can use Xcode to automate the process.
In this guide, we’ll take a look at some common steps you can take when building in Xcode 5 and the commands you’ll need to run when you get started.
In addition to the common steps listed above, we’re going to cover some of the advanced commands you may use, including the ability to generate the source code to build your application.
Once you’ve built, you can run the build process by running the build command from the Command Prompt window.