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Johann Dowa

Simple Open Source iOS Library Allowing You To Remotely Configure Your Apps

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There can be many advantages of being able to turn on/off app features remotely especially when it comes to running tests, enabling/disabling features and running messages.

Today I came across a  library makes it easy to remotely configure your app providing a very simple syntax for doing just that.

This does not involve violating Apple policy by uploading new code, but rather everything is done using a .plist file.

The library is GroundControl from Matt Thompson (from AFNetworking and the Cupertino Ruby Gem).

You can find GroundControl with further documentation and an included example on Github here.

There’s a lot of cool things you could do with a tool like this, and something this could be particularly good for promotion, and running split tests.


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