I have tried two development editors on the Mac so far, and am not impressed. TextRangler and Sublime Text all prove inaccessible. I am particularly disappointed with Sublime Text because I am going through Learn Python the Hard Way and Sublime Text has a Python console built in, that you could probably bring up and close with a single keystroke. It saves me from having to open Terminal every time I want to run a script.
With Xcode, I'm not sure how to develop a Mac app. When you open Xcode for the first time and start a new project, the only options you are given for gaming are related to iOS. Also, is there an absolute newbie guide to Swift around? I took a look at that book they launched at WWDC, but that book appeared to be focusing on getting the Objective C coders converted to Swift as efficiently as possible. I really like PureBasic, as everything but the editor is accessible, go figure. The documentation is a huge code and function reference and you can just look at stuff and play around with it.
I wish Xcode had that with Swift. In the reviews for Xcode it appears to, but does anyone know where to find it? I only see the Xcode UI help.
Calling all developers and aspiring developers like myself: Which editors and utilities and IDEs prove the most usable with VoiceOver on OS X?