Sadly, iOS devices don’t have ‘A’ documents folder.
Every app gets its own, for reasons.
If YOU want to see the files while debugging, pause the app and examine the path of specialfolder.documents in the debugger
Then using Finder, choose the ‘Go’ menu , ‘go to folder’, and paste in the path
You will be horrified to find that OSX has been creating dozens of temporary folders in applicationdata, representing sandboxed apps that you debug.
One of them is a ‘virtual environment’ for your app, and you will find a folder there representing its documents folder.
For your users, if THEY want to see these documents on a device, you must enable the file sharing attribute for your app.
When you do that, the user can interact with that documents folder by:
Plugging the device into a Mac with a cable
The device shows up in Finder looking like an external drive.
They select that, and then in Finder, choose ‘Apps’ on that device
Your app will appear as one that can share files.
Expand that, and you can drag and drop files to and from that area.
IMHO, the process is terrible, and I really wish there was simple access to a user-level documents area instead of an app-level documents folder.
I thought ‘Files’ would meet that need, but (maybe its Xojo) I cannot find a way to use that.