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Discussion in 'macOS Mojave (10.14)' started by aznboi91, Sep 22, 2018.
Does upgrading to macOS mojave break development environments?
Xcode is miraculously running on my late 2008 MBP in Mojave and I'm able to deploy to my iPhone XS!
The only issue I've seen thus far is the iPhone XS Max simulator does not seem to work, however I suspect this is either a general issue or due to limited RAM/GPU/old hardware (I've only got 8GB RAM).
My experience in Mojave ~ no issues (so far). My development tools and environment include Xcode 10 and Homebrew formulae among others.
I use Xcode 10 as well. No problems.
I got nginx, brew, mysql and node installed on my machine, hopefully all will work after upgade, if not, I'll probably do a clean install and manually get all the stuff up and running then.
My work flow of NPM, Node and Docker for web dev is still working just fine after I upgraded to the last public beta of Mojave.
Last night finished the installation of Mojave.
Everything works fine.
brew / node / yarn / npm / phpstorm.
I can confirm that Xcode running a simulator with safari running at the same time eats more than 8GB of ram, some how the system manages to keep running.
Xcode 10.1 beta is now available. Anyone able to download it yet? And if so, any issues? ~Mahalo!~
Update: I was able to download and install Xcode 10.1 beta.