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Xcode and your First Project
The left side panel in XCode is known as the Navigator.
This is where all the files included in your project are located. You can search for things, analyze errors, and add break points among a host of other things. When you click on a file, its contents will be shown in the center screen. To view two files at once, simply hold down the "option" key and click a file.
The right side panel is known as the Inspector.
In the inspector, you can add UI (user interface) elements to your application. Furthermore, you can change the size and physical properties of those elements here.
The bottom panel is referred to as the debug console or debugger.
When you receive errors (and you will!), this is where they show up.
And as shown in the video, all of these views can be toggled with the three buttons on the top right of XCode.
We will be using each of these areas extensively throughout the course, so you will have plenty of time to get comfortable with them!