Previously I mentioned a tutorial explaining how to set up a server to tweak running apps, and the injection plugin for Xcode that allows you to modify source code without rebuilding.
Here’s an open source tool called RestartLessOften from Michael Krause consisting of both a library, and server to enable easier tweaking of your running apps.
As the readme states:
Here’s a plugin from Michael Krause that builds upon the Xcode Colors plugin adding a custom markup for images and hyperlinks that works both within source code, and within the console. You can also adjust the size of the zoom level of your image within the markup.
I’ve mentioned a number of useful Xcode plugins over the last few years.
Here’s another handy Xcode plugin from Lars Schneider created to make working with Github and Bitbucket projects easier called ShowInGithub.
With ShowInGithub you can automatically open the corresponding location on Github or Bitbucket based on the current line, or a selected group of lines so you can easily add comments, and share commits.
Previously I mentioned a handy set of free Photoshop actions and Automator workflows to aid in the usage of Photoshop for app design.
Here’s an iOS 7 app icon template for use within the free vector drawing Inkscape submitted by Ulrich Winkler of Kodira along with a script to automatically convert the images to png and provide the different required icon sizes.
Previously I mentioned the open source Hierarchy Viewer tool making debugging user interfaces easier by allowing you to easily view the hierarchy of elements within your user interface.
Here’s an open source tool for debugging your user interfaces called Hierarchy Detective from Chinmay Garde.
Hierarchy Detective provides a tool for visualizing your user interface elements in 3D space, a search function so you can easily find elements and their associations, and the ability to extend the client beyond support for UIKit and Quartz elements.