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>
You can find Vibro on Github here.
A nice simple library for quickly tracking of networking requests.
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