In the past I’ve mentioned a few nice tools for view debugging most recently the FLEX library which allows you to tweak virtually any view within a running app.
Xcode 6 has added a number of new features for view debugging, and Jordan Morgan has written a nice guide pointing out many of these new features.
In Jordan’s guide you’ll find out how to use the new 3D view hierarchy display feature, the new view adjustment sliders above the debugging area, and the color blended layers feature in the iOS simulator.
After going through the tutorial you’ll have a nice grasp on the new view debugging features in Xcode 6.
You can find the tutorial over on the Tuts+ code blog.
A nice guide for more effective view debugging with Xcode 6.
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