- The Xcodes UI has been refined with new navigator icons and a new always-on bottom bar.
- The new Cloud tab in the Report navigator shows Xcode Cloud workflows and build results.
- Build, test, and deliver your apps using cloud-based tools built right into Xcode13.
- Run tests in parallel in the cloud, with results displayed in the report navigator.
- View and edit workflows, and view build results in App Store Connect.
- Distribute builds automatically to testers using TestFlight.
Source Code Management Integration
- The all-new Pull Request experience deeply integrates the process of reviewing source code changes into Xcode.
- Code review mode includes a new inline diff mode that lets you view diffs without leaving your current editing context.
- Repeated testing lets you run tests until they fail until they pass, or for a specified number of times to collect data on the failure rate.
- XCTest adds support for memory tracking and iPadOS cursor interaction tests.
- Swift code completion is faster and more robust.
- Swift syntax highlighting is faster and more reliable.
- Column breakpoints give you subline breakpoint resolution.
- The selective shader debugger lets you choose which functions to debug within a larger shader, reducing the time required to iterate and debug large shaders.
- Crash reports from apps in TestFlight appear in the Xcode organizer within minutes and can include user feedback.
- The Xcode editor supports many of the common key combinations and editing modes familiar to Vim users.
- The new Metal-accelerated GPU timeline view in Instruments provides smooth interactions for even the largest traces.
- The CPU profiler template in Instruments offers cycle-based profiling.
- The new HTTP network tracing tool helps developers and privacy researchers debug and analyze HTTP-based network traffic.
Happy Reading 🙂