Apple releases Xcode 4 preview

Apple recently revealed the preview of its Xcode 4 programming environment to the public. The IDE is used to build Mac OS X and iOS apps, and offers developers a new user interface, integrated Interface Builder, LLVM compiler 2.0 support, and improved instruments.

On the interface front, Xcode 4 consolidates the previous multiple windows into a single window. It also introduces a set of navigators on the left hand side of the window include a list of project files, a central search interface, issue tracking, debugging data with compressible stack traces, active and inactive breakpoints, and a persistent collection of logs.

There’s also a “Jump Bar” that shows the relative location of your current file and lets users click, or jump, to any other file on that level.

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