In Light of WWDC 2013, Check Out the “App Development” Section on the Mac App Store

A good place to start brushing up on those coding skills for WWDC

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In light of Apple’s WWDC announcement, we thought it would be nice if we pointed all code-centric readers to Apple’s App Development section, an area tucked away on the Mac App Store featuring a selection of handy programming tools.

In light of Apple’s WWDC announcement, we thought it would be nice if we pointed all code-centric readers to Apple’s App Development section, an area tucked away on the Mac App Store featuring a selection of handy programming tools.

“Want to create the next great app and wondering where to begin? Start with Xcode, the app to build all apps,” Apple (unsurprisingly) states, promoting its very own digital toolset for creating Mac and iOS apps.

The Cupertino giant then points developers to third-party tools “for primers and insights on creating apps.”

In addition to Xcode, Apple features tools like xScope, Kaleidoscope, Napkin, Sketch, Pixelmator, OmniGiraffle, Acorn, BBEdit, Dash, Skala, PaintCode, TextWrangler, Slicy, Prototypes, Prepo, and Skitch.

You can download them all at their respective hyperlinks. And here's the App Development section on Apple's Mac App Store. Enjoy!

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