After receiving a of requests, I have put together an Xcode plugins list featuring Xcode plugins that have been previously mentioned on this site.
Here’s a new Xcode plugin that makes it easier to see where you are in your code your code by providing a minimap on the right side that scrolls seamlessly as you move changing the color of the visible area in the editor on the minimap.
Adobe has made some strides towards making their Flash Pro animation tool more useful for Objective-C developers providing the capability to export animations as sprite sheets directly within Flash Pro, but here’s a new tool that aims to take this to another level.
The tool is known as Gaf, and allows you to supply an SWF and turns that into a CCGraphicObject with support for importing animations and even filters putting it ahead of a previously mentioned SWF->Cocos2D tool.
Previously I mentioned an Xcode plugin that makes it easy to list and uninstall your Xcode plugins, and here’s another Xcode plugin called Alcatraz that lets you take your Xcode plugin management to another level.
Alcatraz from Marin Usalj makes installing supported templates, plugins and color schemes automatic. You simply need to tick/untick what you’d like to install and you can search through packages. There are already a good number of packages supported.
Yesterday I mentioned a project providing a native Mac alternative to AutoInjest.java for downloading iTunes Connect reports.
Here’s a submission from Oliver Michalak of a project called BOMAAB that provides a set of scripts to enable downloading of your App Store sales data, and visualize it within Panic’s Status Board App.
As I’m sure most of you know HockeyApp is an awesome service for managing crash reports, analytics, and more.
Here’s an interesting iPhone client called Goalie App submitted by Brian Gilman. Goalie App provides a wide variety of features allowing you to manage your apps, crash reports, feedback, your team and more.
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