: Control

: Command

: Option

: Shift

: Return

1. Decide Where to Open a File

In Xcode, you can open a file in various ways: in the standard editor, in a new or existing assistant editor, in a new or existing tab, or in a new window. Here’s how you can decide about this:

When clicking on a file in the Navigator, hold down +

When clicking on a symbol in an editor pane, hold down + +

A pop-over will appear and let you choose where exactly you want this file to be displayed:

2. Moving a full line or many lines of code up or down

+ + { : move up

+ + } : move down

If you have text selected, Xcode will move each line containing your selection; otherwise, it’ll move the line the cursor is in.

3. Quickly find app’s container folder

You can get app’s container on the file system with a single command. You just need to know app’s bundle identifier and execute the command below:

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xcrun simctl get_app_container booted <APP'S BUNDLE ID>

Or you can make it even faster by opening destination folder in Finder with the open command:

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open `xcrun simctl get_app_container booted <APP'S BUNDLE ID>` -a Finder

4. Reveal in Project Navigator

The Reveal in Project Navigator command is a true timesaver for large, complex projects with lots of files and folders. The command shows or reveals the current file in the Project Navigator on the left. The default key binding is ⌘ + ⇧ + J.

5. Jump to Method

When I am working in a class or structure, I often have the need to quickly jump to a particular method in the class. This is very easy by pressing + 6 and typing the first few letters of the method’s name.




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