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Xcode provides a number of templates which you can use to build your own applications and libraries, these templates contain by default the utmost important parts. However when you start to become a seasoned developer in Xcode and Objective-C you will start to have classes or modifications to the existing classes that you like to re-use in other (new) projects. These classes and modifications can be easily added to the existing Xcode templates, which adds the benefit of saving time when you start a new project and keeps consistency in the base the same.

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