In Xcode the build settings screen can be pretty daunting for some people, especially when you start iOS/Mac development. Knowing which settings to pick can be tricky, but I still see a lot of people that do this individually for each of their projects, which makes it easy to miss crucial build parameters you don’t want to distribute your app without. Using a .xcconfig file is extremely useful for solving this problem, it is a type of file for determining build parameters, meaning you can have this file sitting in one spot and have each of your projects referencing it. If you need to make a build setting change to all your projects, you can just add it to this one file and the next time you compile each of the projects the change will be taken into account.
How much should I charge for my App? I always tell clients not to rely solely on an App to generate revenue. It must be a part of a combined strategy. People often think in terms of ‘well if I get 100,000 downloads and charge $2 for each download……….”, its just not that simple. Consider firstly