Open Terminal from Mac and run commands one by one. > sudo rm -rf /.DocumentRevisions-V100/ > rm -rf ~/Library/Developer/Xcode/DerivedData > rm -rf ~/Library/Developer/Xcode/Archives > rm -rf ~/Library/Developer/Xcode/iOS\ DeviceSupport > rm -rf ~/Library/Caches/com.apple.dt.Xcode > xcrun simctl delete unavailable What happens ?? 1. Removes the snapshot of opened documents. 2. Removes all derived data that generated from Xcode projects. 3. Removes the archived builds from all apps. 4 iOS device support files dropped. 5. Clear caches from Xcode. 6. Deletes unused & outdated iOS simulator versions.
I would like to share all possible channels & resources that helps anyone can pitch in iOS development. I'm sure existing iOS ninjas who are already consuming those in one or other ways. Before listing my points - we all know it's most important to keep updated techs and trends. Many cases I have seen some of the below connections helped developers to get their new jobs or app contracts. 1. Apple's Official Developer guide. Apple Documentation is the first go over for all references. Swift.org for Swift Language starting point. WWDC Videos (& New app launched as well) 2. Social Media Groups - Fast & easy way to connect with iOS community. Facebook Group Twitter Lists for iOS handles 3. Slack workspaces - A sweet hub of all iOS developers connected by channels. ios-developers.slack.com (Suggested) 4. Online Courses - Gives opportunity to learn and be certified developers. Udemy AppBrewery Alison ( and more ) 5. Exclusive i