I’ve mentioned a number of great Xcode plugins as of late, most recently the Injection plugin that allows you to inject code into apps running on the simulator or device and the Xcode color plugin that allows you to colorize debug console text.
Here’s a plugin from Kent Sutherland that provides auto-completion of your image name entries when using UIImage imageNamed by scanning through the files within your workspace.
As the readme states:
Can’t remember whether that image you just added to the project was called button-separator-left or button-left-separator?
Now you don’t have to, because this will autocomplete your imageNamed: calls like you’d expect.
Just type in [NSImage imageNamed: or [UIImage imageNamed: and all the images in your project will conveniently appear in the autocomplete menu.
And here’s an image from the readme showing the plugin in action:
You can download the plugin through Github here.
You can also read more about the plugin on Kent’s blog here.
Another great time saving Xcode plugin.
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