One tool this week - Pulse Pro - is democratising debugging.

Pulse Pro records events from URLSession and displays them using PulseUI views that you can integrate directly into your app.

Then anyone with your test build (e.g. QA team) can access a console with logs that they can attach to bug reports - game changer.

Pulse Pro - reimagine the logging experience

Pulse Pro is an Open Source framework that lets you view your logs in real-time.

It also lets you integrate logging views directly into your app - so they can be available for your testers.
Created by Kean, this is a completely free professional grade app. So head over to his Github and support in any way you can 💙

Some of its key features
  • Remote device logging (iOS, watchOS, tcOS, macOS and simulators)
  • View network requests
  • Response viewer, view JSON responses (other formats coming)
  • Pin important logs
What we like
  • Works across all Apple platforms
  • Network requests viewer
  • Easy integration into your app using the package

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Mackup - sync your app settings

Switching Macs or setting up a new one can be a time-consuming task. All apps are logged out, settings are lost.

Mackup back-ups your application settings to an online directory (e.g. Dropbox) and syncs your settings across all workstations.

Then you can restore your settings from the command line.

What we like

AppBox - wireless installations

AppBox is a tool that lets iOS developers deploy Development, Ad-Hoc, and In-House applications to devices from your Dropbox account.

Key features include
  • Auto e-mail with distribution link
  • Fastlane support
  • Dashboard
What we like
  • Completely free
  • Easy sharing through a link or QR code
  • Keep the same link for different versions

Micro Editor

Micro Editor is a terminal-based text editor. Their mission: “Strive to be enjoyable as a full-time editor for people who prefer to work in a terminal, or those who regularly edit files over SSH.“

This terminal-based text editor brings features like mouse support, themes, and plugins to the terminal and makes working with remote files a lot easier.

What we like
  • Split and tabs support
  • Plugin support system
  • Linting and error highlighting
  • Documentation

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