Some time ago I mentioned the Mogenerator tool for core data class generation, I’ve also mentioned the premium Core Data Editor tool that provides a number of great features for developers using Core Data.
Today I came across another excellent tool for working with Core Data from the engineering team at Square known as PonyDebugger. PonyDebugger is a debugging tool for native apps that allows you to perform debugging of native apps within a web browser.
You can monitor an app’s network usage in-depth with essential networking data presented in a human readable manner. probably the coolest feature of this tool is that you can easily browse through an app’s Core Data stack with all entities, properties and relationships presented in a straightforward manner.
Here’s an image of PonyDebugger in action on a Core Data store from the Square blog:
You can find PonyDebugger on Github here with installation and usage instructions.
You can read more about PonyDebugger on the Square blog here.
An excellent time-saving tool.
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