A collection of really useful command line utilities from Mattt Thompson. The collection consists of 5 tools, each named after a major city, covering tasks including automated administration of the Apple Dev Center, sending push notifications, generating passbook passes, verifying in app purchase receipts and distributing dev builds. The utilities are all open source on Github and are written as Ruby gems so can be run on a server as well. […]
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A very decent alternative to the Terminal app on Mac. It adds loads of fantastic features including search, autocomplete, countless configuration options, TotalTerminal/Visor style hot-key triggered slide in windows and a lot more. The best thing is, it’s free and open-source on GitHub. […]
The best way to manage library dependencies in Objective-C projects. You just need to add a list of dependencies to a ‘PodFile’ in your Xcode project, run ‘pod install’ and you’re ready to go. The collection of libraries that CocoaPods knows about is absolutely massive and includes all the popular ones, but you can also contribute your own. […]