A tool to remotely debug databases from inside your iOS app running on your iPhone via a web browser. YYDebugDatabase allows you to view and edit databases directly in your browser including letting you query, update, insert, and delete data directly. You can also download a complete database for debugging on your Mac. It only takes a couple of lines to integrate and is supported in Firefox, Safari, and Chrome. It also gives you convenient access to a few other bits of useful information including bundle identifier, document path, cache path, and data saved in User Defaults.
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