I’ve mentioned a number of libraries making it easier to format text within your apps including this library with a number of text formatting and alignment options.
Here’s an open source project called FDLabelView that makes it considerably easier to create formatted text which is especially nice for reading apps.
I’ve mentioned the shareware Injection for Xcode plugin on our listing of Xcode plugins.
Here’s a tool called DyCI that aims to make objective-c dynamic code injection simple and works with both Xcode and AppCode.
Dyci includes a script for easy installation, and you can use DyCI in your projects either by using Cocoapods or by adding a static framework on the download page.
There is also an example that you can walk through to test out Dyci.
I’ve mentioned a number of handy Xcode plugins, most recently a plugin that automatically hides the debugger window.
Here’s an Xcode plugin submitted by Arnaud Coomans called ACCodeSnippetRepositoryPlugin that allows you to seamlessly integrate the Xcode code snippets library with a Git repository.
The snippets can be synchronized automatically, the plugin allows you to easily fork a remote repository, and automatically adds the snippets directly into Xcode.
Earlier this week I mentioned a tool designed to automatically make sure your code and storyboards stay in sync called StoryboardLint.
Here’s a set of tools from Square designed to solve issues that can come up when using the Xcode storyboards tool and asset manager along with a tool allowing you to load palettes created with the Mac OS X color picker in storyboards called objc-codegenutils.
The three tools included within objc-codegenutils includes:
Sometimes when using the Xcode storyboard tool you’ll run into issues with your code being out of sync with your Storyboards and often this can lead to very annoying difficult to track down issues where things will fail at runtime, but still compile.
Here’s a tool called StoryboardLint from Johannes Fahrenkrug that uses Lint static code analysis to automatically sync your code and Storyboards together.
According to the readme StoryboardLint does the following: