The Navigator area contains a host of navigators that organize the tasks and components you use develop your iOS app within your Xcode project. There are many navigators to help you with your project.

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You use a Navigator selector bar to select one of the many navigators that are offered.

Here is a summary of them:

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Project navigator:

Here's where you manage all the files in your project. You can add files, delete files, and even organize your files by placing them into groups. Selecting a file in the Project navigator launches the appropriate editor in the Editor area.

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Symbol navigator:

Lets you zero in on a particular symbol — an element such as a variable, method, or function name — in your project. Selecting a symbol highlights it in the editor.

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Find navigator:

Finds any string within your projects and frameworks.

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Issue navigator:

Displays issues such as diagnostics, warnings, and errors that arise when you're coding and building your project.

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Test navigator:

Xcode 5 allows you to integrate automated test suites into your project. You build great apps and test them manually.

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Debug navigator:

Displays the call stack — information about what method has called what method — during program execution.

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Breakpoint navigator:

Manages and edits the breakpoints — markers you add to your code that stop program execution at a certain point in your program — in your project or Workspace.

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Log navigator:

Examines the logs that Xcode generates when you run and debug your app.