Late last year I mentioned a handy Ruby gem for communicating with the apple developer center so you can perform many useful functions such as downloading and updating provisioning profiles called Sigh.
Here’s a handy Ruby gem that makes it easy to work with the apple developer center supporting all operations you can do with the browser from fastlane that runs faster than Sigh.
Keeping UITableView’s scrolling fast can be especially difficult with images, and I’ve mentioned a few resources such as Haneke which allows for easy image caching.
Here’s an open source tool from Di Wu that makes it easier to optimize tableviews by allowing you to quickly find cells that take too long to render.
Some time ago I mentioned the PonyDebugger tool allowing you to see network connection, view hierarchy, and core data details remotely for easier debugging.
Here’s an open source dbeugging toolset called OCDebugger submitted by Pony with a number of nice features.
OCDebugger is similar to PonyDebugger in that it allows you access to debugging tools in browser, but doesn’t require you to use Chrome Developer tools working with Safari, Chrome, Firefox or IE 10+.
I’ve mentioned a number of Xcode plugins most recently an Xcode plugin adding many useful text selection, copying, and deletion commands.
Here’s an Xcode plugin that allows for easy collaborative code editing called CoPilot from frustruktur.
CoPilot uses bonjour networking allowing you to quickly set up one Xcode window as the server, and have others connect over the network. You can alternatively enter an IP address to connect.
I’ve mentioned a couple of libraries to help when developing networking code such as Nocilla for stubbing http requests with a simple syntax.
Here’s a framework from Mutual Mobile that simplifies testing of your networking code called Barricade with support for more advanced responses.
Barricade allows you to set up a local server within your apps, and sends your networking requests to the server allowing you to set up custom responses to those requests with support for multiple requests. All networking that use foundation’s URL loading such as NSURLSession, and NSURLConnection, and most networking libraries can go through barricade.