Rubymotion provides a nice little REPL/interactive shell for working with RubyMotion apps running in the simulator which has been touted as one of the best features from developers working with RubyMotion.
Today I came across an open source tool called Objective-C NuRepl inspired by the RubyMotion REPL for woking with Objective-C apps working in the iOS simulator.
This tool is built using Clojure and provides you with a nice interactive environment for playing with Objective-C objects in the iOS simulator.
The language syntax for working with the simulator is very close to Obj-C with a few changes like the replacement of square brackets with round ones (see more in the readme).
You can see some usage examples and download the tool from the Github repository here.
If you don’t have Clojure installed MacPorts provides a stable version.
A very handy tool for tweaking apps in real-time.
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