Debugging Applications With Xcode
Finding and Resolving Memory Issues
|1||Where to Start 07:52|
|2||Exploring Xcode's Debugging Tools 09:20|
|3||Stepping Through Code With Breakpoints Plus 14:07|
|4||Managing and Editing Breakpoints Plus 10:40|
|5||Symbolic Breakpoints Plus 06:13|
|6||Swift Error and Exception Breakpoints 10:29|
|7||Test Failure and Constraint Error Breakpoints Plus 09:41|
|8||View and View Controller Debugging Plus 11:22|
|9||Debugging User Interface Issues Plus 07:48|
|10||Debugging Memory Issues Plus 12:14|
|11||Finding and Resolving Memory Issues Plus 10:49|
The memory graph debugger built into Xcode is a very welcome addition for debugging memory issues. In the previous episode, we resolved a memory issue we discovered somewhat by accident. While it can be useful to use the memory graph debugger to investigate complex object graphs, it would be convenient if Xcode warns us about possible memory issues. And that's exactly what the memory graph debugger does.
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