Early this year I mentioned a handy Xcode plugin from John Holdsworth on highlighting git repo source code changes, and previously the popular Injection plugin allowing you to inject code into apps running live in the simulator or on device.
Here’s another interesting Xcode plugin submitted by John Holdsworth called Remote that allows you to control an iOS device using definable macros called remote for easier testing.
Remote was created to eliminate the need to have to manually touch the device to test an app, and provides a simple way to create macros during testing using snapshots to run the macros and check for validity.
An image from the readme showing the Remote interface action:
You can find Remote on Github here.
A nice tool for automatically testing apps on device.
See more: Xcode plugins.
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