Looking for some tips on tricky Apple development issues like refactoring your storyboard, customizing the appearance of UINavigationBar, or an overview of the iOS Wi-Fi API?
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Via iOS Dev Weekly.
I get so annoyed when I find myself using random websites 🤮 or all different apps 🤷🏻♂️ to do things like format JSON, test regex’s, encode/decode Base64, encode/decode URLs, or convert Unix time strings.
This nifty little Mac app does all the basic things any developer regularly needs natively, locally, and offline. And it’s free if you build it yourself. Or pay for the official build. Up to you.
👉 DevUtils.app – Developer Utilities for macOS
Via iOS Dev Weekly. See also: Mac-assed Mac Apps 😆
Love it. Makes complicated / ugly asynchronous code simple and beautiful. 🤓☺️
Promises for Swift & ObjC.
I don’t have any specific plans to use this, but looks like an interesting read as a way to think about app design.
Native iOS A/B testing. Testing design, content changes, design changes, behavioral changes, more.