I’ve mentioned a few projects to aid in user interface debugging such as the hierarchy detective tool that allows you to see your views in 3D space, and most recently CCDebugHelper which allows you to add your view controllers to a list and define if they should show at the start.
Here’s an open source library called Debug View from Tapan Thaker for simpler interface debugging.
Debug View uses swizzling to draw a red border around each view within your interface, and also numbers indicating the size of each view.
Here’s an image showing debug view in action:
You can find DebugView on Github here.
A nice library for aiding in interface debugging.
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