While there isn’t an official release of Xcode for Windows, I’ll show you step by step how to do iOS development with Xcode on a Windows PC using the best solution for people who want to try app development without the up front investment of buying a Mac.
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About this video:
Every day, I get people asking me how to download Xcode on Windows or how to do iOS app development if they’re on a PC. In the past, I used to just send a list of PC alternatives for Xcode but in this video, I decided to dive deeper with a step by step tutorial on how to set up one of these Windows alternatives.
I’ll be honest, getting access to a physical Mac computer is going to be the best solution but if that’s just not possible for you, then the method I demonstrate in this video is probably the next best option.
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