A couple of months ago I mentioned a great tool allowing you to easily send test builds to iOS devices over a local area network that uses Apple’s Bonjour API.
Oliver Drobnik has created a helper library for working with Bonjour providing methods simplifying the creation and connection to a bonjour server, and allows you to easily transmit any NSObject that conforoms to NSCoding.
You can find DTBonjour on Github here.
The link to the documentation does not appear to be functioning as of yet, but you can find a tutorial showing how to use DTBonjour to create a chat app at Cocoanetics here.
A nice helper class for working with Bonjour that will greatly simplify things if you’re looking to create an app that involves connecting with a Mac based app.
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