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Native iOS (Swift)  

While developing iOS apps with native tools, we need to use Xcode as the IDE. The basic development kit for iOS development is included in Xcode itself. You just need to have a macOS machine with Xcode installed. Once Xcode is installed on the macOS, we can create a new iOS project in Xcode by selecting File> New > Project > iOS > Single View App. We can then name this app and select Swift as the

Once we provide the details, Xcode will create the iOS template code, and we can start developing our iOS apps. This post is not aimed for iOS development with Xcode, but you can follow these tutorials for more information. For our sample app, we will just create a button from the storyboard and link to the View Controller. In view Controller. Once the app is built in the simulator, we see the Press Me button displayed, and once the button is pressed, you will see the “button pressed” message in the console.

Native iOS (Swift)  

In order to change the button name, we have to rename the user interface element from the storyboard, probably needs to change Accessibility information too. Once the element is renamed, we have to rebuild the app to see if the changes made are reflected in the simulator.