Early this year I mentioned a handy tool for working with the iOS simulator allowing you to quickly open sandbox and bundle folders.
Here’s an open source project that provides a neat tweak for the iPhone simulator that allows you to simulate 3D touch within the iOS simulator called SBShortcutMenuSimulator.
SBShortcutMenuSimulator allows you to test usage of the UIApplicationShortcutItem API even without a device supporting 3D touch.
This screenshot from the readme shows a demonstration of an application shortcut menu in the simulator:
You can find SBShortcutMenuSimulator on Github here.
A nice project for testing out 3D touch.
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