I really enjoy using the terminal. I wanted to learn how to debug from it and decided to give lldb a try. After asking google a lot of questions I found snare/voltron . Voltron looks amazing and makes debugging with lldb a lot more visual.
Here is a screenshot of lldb debugging of a simple hello world program with Voltron
Voltron lldb debugging in terminal
After getting this setup, I went back to work on an app on XCode, and realized that I had broken it. My simulator would lock up and I would have to force quit XCode.
Today I started working on a simple shooter game. It will be a fast and fun 2D shooter that is easy to learn, imposible to master! The art comes from the Kenney.nl donation package. I want to take advantage of the accelerometer to create some cool gameplay mechanics. It runs on mobile devices (android and iOS) and is built using Lua and CoronaSDK.
I recently found a post about a designer font made for developers. I fell in love with it, got myself a license and was really happy to have such a nice font. The problem: It does not work with my XCode out of the box! I had to modify the settings to make it look real cool. Here is the final result for the Operator Mono font running on XCode: