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Quick Tip: Adding Existing Frameworks in XCode 4

Many of us familiar with XCode 3.x will simple right click the Frameworks folder if we need to add additional to be used on our project. Frameworks like CoreLocation can be easily added on the Add Existing Frameworks menu item. But this steps are now gone in XCode 4 instead, Apple lifted the option to add existing Frameworks and placed it on a tab named Build Phases under your Target App. Going on this menu is straightforward as stated on the screen shot:

  1. 1. Click on your root project on the left pane.
  2. Under Targets, click the App name
  3. Clicking the App name under Targets will reveal the Build Phases tab on the right pane, click on it.
  4. Click the Link Binary With Libraries dropdown to reveal the existing frameworks that your project is using.
  5. Just click the ‘+’ button to add more frameworks!

 

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