|Nevercode - Release Defect-Free iOS Apps|
A cloud-based continuous integration & delivery platform enabling you to release defect-free mobile apps. Sign in via GitHub or Bitbucket - your iOS, Cordova and Ionic projects are detected and configured automatically. The code signing collector saves you from the headache by fetching all signing files for you. Run UI and unit tests using Appium, XCTest or KIF, and target real devices or multiple simulators. Improve the overall code quality for every commit by catching potential bugs with static code analysis. Share your build status with your team instantly via Slack, HipChat or Email and deploy to iTunes Connect, HockeyApp, Crashlytics and Testfairy.
A command line tool that automates the creation and management of Xcode projects. Struct turns your Xcode project into a build artefact by letting you quickly and continuously regenerate it from a YAML or JSON spec file. You can create your first spec file by migrating an existing Xcode project ready to be customised and regenerated. Struct makes it easy to have multiple variants of a project with the ability to add additional source files and resources. Great for whitelabelling and multiple distribution channels.
A set of 49 handcrafted iPhone 7 Plus device images. Hero includes all device colours including the new Product Red and a custom white (which I definitely what Apple to make a reality now!). Each mockup is available as well organised Photoshop or Sketch files, and makes use of smart objects and separated background and shadow elements so they're easy to customise. Each of the 7 device colours is presented at 7 different angles and orientations making Hero ideal for creating great looking App Store screenshots and marketing images.
A Mac app for filing Radar bug reports and optionally crossposting them to Open Radar. Brisk is written in Swift and uses Sonar to communicate with Apple's Radar web APIs. Once logged in with your Apple ID, you are given a form to complete your bug report including attachments. You can save your report to a file as a draft or submit it straight to Radar. If you have an Open Radar account and API key, you can also choose to crosspost the bug report there.
A plugin for Sketch that aims to help boost your productivity while designing. Sketch Focus lets you add notes and tasks to your Sketch document, optionally linking them to your layers. When you select an item, Sketch Focus will automatically select, centre and zoom to any linked layers. You can also filter by items marked as important or items linked to visible or selected layers, and search for items by text.
A bimonthly publication focusing on the most advanced techniques and best practices of the Swift ecosystem. Every issue of Pragmatic Swift aims to have around 4 to 5 articles focusing on their 3 goals of being technical, structured and open to the community. They are using an interesting process for creating content of assigning an author and editor to each article. Then each author is asked to become an editor in for the next issue, giving them the opportunity to improve the content while having the insight of previously being an author.
A content collaboration platform for agencies, freelancers, and consultants. Amium brings together full-featured file sync and share capabilities with team messaging and chatrooms so your files and the discussion about those files are all in one place. You can preview documents in the app, and get full file version history along with the discussions around them. It also includes dozens of built-in integrations with your favourite tools including Bitbucket, Crashlytics, GitHub, JIRA, and more.
An online service that helps you connect with an expert mentor to help you in real time. Codementor has a directory of over 5000 domain experts across more than 100 categories who can provide you with live debugging help, code review and pair programming via screen sharing, video, and text chat. You start by posting your request for either live 1:1 help or a long-term mentor, and Codementor will connect you with an expert. If you consider yourself a bit of an expert, you can apply to become a mentor and get paid to help others with their programming problems.
An in-app debugging tool that gives you enhanced logging, networking information, crash reporting and more without having to exit the app. Dotzu is simple to add with a single line of code. It then gives you a button that floats over the top of your app giving you quick access to a lot of debugging information. It automatically overrides print calls so you can view all logs without having to change your code. It also works by default with the shared URLSession or you can add the logger to custom configurations. It even works with Alamofire.
A design handoff and collaboration tool for designers and developers. Sympli lets designers easily share style guides, specs, bitmaps and vector assets with developers in the best format to make it easier to implement. It starts with Sympli plugins for Photoshop and Sketch so designers can stick to the tools their used to. From there they can export their designs and share them with their teammates. Then the developers on the team can use the Xcode and Android Studio plugins to get every detail of the design just right. You can also explore designs and download assets through the Sympli web app.
A full featured git client and code editor for iPhone and iPad. Source combines a powerful code editor with syntax highlighting for over 100 languages with a git client so you can commit, pull, push, branch, and more, with specific integrations for GitHub, Bitbucket and Gitlab. It also includes a built in coding keyboard inspired by Swift Playgrounds with common programming characters that can be used across iOS as a 3rd party keyboard.
A Swift based command line tool that lets you quickly try out any Swift pod or framework in a playground. Test Drive is ideal for testing a pod or framework without having to modify your project. You can also try out multiple pods and frameworks at once. You just have to run a single command with the name of a pod, or the URL to a Git repository, and Test Drive will create a playground for you. There are also options to choose a specific pod version, git branch, or platform.
A huge library of app templates and iOS UI elements, combined into high-quality source files for Sketch and Adobe Photoshop. iOS Design Kit includes over 250 screens in 15 popular categories, as well as a library of interface elements, such as icons, search bars, alerts, tab bars, segmented controls, switches, keyboards and more. The whole lot is available for one fee, or you can get your hands on a collection of 62 screens and many core components for free!
A push notification platform for iOS, Android and web. Notificare lets you send interactive and contextual notifications based on the insights gathered by the drop-in SDK. Features include location based messages (geo-fencing and iBeacons), advanced segmentation, contextual content, loyalty cards and coupons. There are a range of price plans available that scale with your audience from developer to enterprise, and there is also a whole suite of add-ons available to add extra features.
A super simple online tool for generating app icon images iOS and Android. App Iconizer lets you drag in a square image up to 1024 pixels and 10MB, and it'll convert the image to a folder of PNGs ready to be used in your app. You can download the icons for iOS or Android (round or square). That's it! Quick, simple and free.
A Mac app for quickly creating good looking App Store screenshots. Screenshot Designer lets you choose from over 130 ready to use templates for iPhone, iPad and Mac, which you can customise with your own images and text. There are options to tweak the device image including model, scale, and shadow, and change the text to use a custom font, colour, position, and shadow. Once you've got your screenshots looking just right, they can be exported as PNGs ready to be uploaded to iTunes Connect.
A colour-blind simulator and contrast checker for Sketch. Stark is a Sketch plugin that helps you keep accessibility in mind when designing your apps. The preview window lets you see how your design looks for those who don’t see the way a typical person does. You can select from 8 different colour profiles to simulate the various forms of colour-blindness, or use the contract checker to ensure your colours, visuals and typography provide the best readability, legibility and contrast.
A drop-in debugging library for iOS apps. DBDebugToolkit is simple to set up with just a single line of code. After setup, a shake of the device will present a menu with a huge array of debugging information. This includes everything from performance including realtime graphs of CPU and memory usage, user interface with options to show frames and slow down animations, to networking with a list of all requests sent by the application, and loads more. You can also set up other triggers if shake isn't right for your app.
A simple Mac app that quickly reformats JSON to be pretty printed making it more humanly readable. Formatter provides a convenient window to drop your JSON files and instantly reformat them. You can also drop your files on the Dock icon as well.It also includes an Xcode extension which you can enable in System Preferences. This gives a menu item in Xcode you can use to format JSON files you are looking at from inside your project. Finally, it also includes a Quick Look plugin that makes JSON files easier to read from the Finder.
A free set of user images that can be used in any personal or commercial projects. Diverse UI solves the problem of finding user images for your mockups and marketing by providing you with images that more accurately represent the diversity of your user base. You can download images in any size from 32px to 180px square and pick from neutral, female or male. They have also recently added a Sketch plugin that lets you quickly add diverse user images to your designs without having to leave Sketch.
A command line tool that helps find common xib and storyboard-related problems in your Xcode projects without running your app or writing unit tests. IBAnalyzer starts by parsing all .xib, .storyboard and .swift files in a folder and then uses this data to generate warnings. It can find unimplemented outlets and actions in classes, as well as @IBOutlets and @IBActions defined in code but not connected to from nibs. IBAnalyzer is open source and extensible so you can create new warnings by creating new types that conform to the Analyzer protocol.