Found a very interesting tool that I have been using today that is absolutely brilliant for anyone programming in Objective-C on iOS and Mac. The tool is known as Accesorizer.
What this tool does is allow you to generate repetitive Objective-C code using fully customizable parameters. It’s tough to explain exactly what this tool does as it is completely different from anything I have used before, and it will take awhile for me to exploit the power of this tool.
If I did have to explain it though, I would call it super code complete on steroids.
Looking through the quick start guide should give you a very good idea about the coolness of this tool.
This video from the creator might make things a bit clearer (sorry it’s a download – previous Youtube video was removed):
Accessorizer Demo Video
You can find a trial version on the Accessorizer homepage which lasts for 30 days.
A great timesaving tool for sure.
[via Cerebral Gardens]
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