Awesome native Xcode extensions

This is the biggest and the best collection of the currently available natively created source editor extensions for Xcode.

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Xcode extensions

You can find the actual list hosted on GitHub (2,2k+⭐️).

The main reason for this is that the project is almost entirely driven by the community and this fact is truely amazing! In under just one year, the repository had a thousand stars on GitHub and it's counting! The list of awesome native Xcode extensions is open for everyone, so if you have an extension, please don't hesitate & create a pull request!

I'd like to say thank you for all the contributors, especially for takasek who categorized the list.


Are you using Xcode extensions at all?

Personally I'm using 1-2 extensions, but nothing more. Maybe everything should be collected under one gigantic extension application with the ability of turning individual features on or off?

Does anybody have time for that? 🤔


How to create an Xcode extension?

You might feel the urge to implement your own extension. Not a problem. Here are some really amazing resources, to teach you how to make an Xcode plugin.

Both of these articles are very great ones, I don't want to get into the details of building an Xcode source editor extension, you should just go read (watch) them and start building your own stuff. 😉

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