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iOS Tools Guide
Native OS X apps
- Reveal - runtime view debugging
- Paw - the ultimate REST client for Mac
- Charles - web debugging proxy
- xScope - a set tools for measuring, inspecting, and testing on-screen graphics and layouts
- PaintCode - turn drawings into code
- FauxPas - find errors in iOS or Mac project
Scripts and CLI tools
Nomad - "World-Class Command Line Utilities For iOS Development"
- Cupertino - "Automate administrative tasks that you would normally have to do through the Apple Dev Center..."
- Houston - "Send push notifications from the command line..."
- Dubai - "Generate Passbook .pkpass files with ease. Rapidly iterate on the design and content of your passes..."
- Venice - "Secure your In-App-Purchases by verifying App Store purchase receipts..."
- Shenzhen - "Create development builds and then distribute their .ipa files..."
fastlane - "iOS Automation for Continuous Delivery"
- deliver - "Upload screenshots, metadata and your app to the App Store using a single command"
- snapshot - "Automate taking localized screenshots of your iOS app on every device"
- frameit - "Quickly put your screenshots into the right device frames"
- PEM - "Automatically generate and renew your push notification profiles"
- sigh - "Because you would rather spend your time building stuff than fighting provisioning"
- produce - "Create new iOS apps on iTunes Connect and Developer Portal using the command line"
- cert - "Automatically create and maintain iOS code signing certificates"
- codes - "Create promo codes for iOS Apps using the command line"
QuickLook is the OS X feature that allows previewing of files by selecting them and pressing the Space key.
- ProvisionQL - preview
.ipafiles and provisioning profiles