Get Updates By E-mail 

Article Written By:
Johann Dowa

iOS Library That Automatically Vibrates Device On Network Usage For Testing Network Requests

  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  

A couple of weeks ago I mentioned a library allowing you to audibly track whether or not your app was dropping frames called KMCGeigerCounter.

Here’s a library that automatically provides feedback based on your apps networking requests called Vibro from Alex Denisov.

Vibro will automatically make your device vibrate whenever a networking request is performed so you can easily track for excessive networking requests, or if a desired request is not occurring.

Vibro will automatically attach to your networking with requests, and simply needs to be included with your app with:


#import <vibro /Vibro.h>
///
[VBURLProtocol startHandling];
</vibro>

You can find Vibro on Github here.

A nice simple library for quickly tracking of networking requests.


  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  

Submit A Resource

Have you created a useful tutorial, library or tool for iOS development that you would like to get in front of our 300,000+ monthly page views from iOS developers?

You can submit the url here.

The resources we feel will appeal to our readers the most will be posted on the front page.

Comments