The Super Debugger (superdb for short) is a dynamic, wireless debugger for iOS (and theoretically, Mac) apps. It works as two parts: a static library that runs built in to your app and a Mac app to send commands to the app, wirelessly. Your app starts up the debugger via this library, which broadcasts itself on your local network. The Mac app can discover these debug sessions via Bonjour and connect to them.
You can then send messages to your live objects as the app is running on the device (or Simulator). No need to set any break points. Any message you can send in code can also be sent this way. This allows you to rapidly test changes and see their results, without the need to recompile and deploy.
The debugger will even let you rapidly resend messages involving numeric values. When trying to tweak an interface measurement, for example, you can just click and drag on the value and see the changes reflected instantly on the device.
EMHint is an iOS class group that easily adds a spotlight-like effect to a view highlighting or hinting at something that may be important on the screen.The protocols of EMHintDelegate allow users to override many of the default actions and views.
WhirlyGlobe is a self contained 3D earth display view suitable for use in iPhone and iPad applications. The globe is rendered in OpenGL ES with a configurable multi-part texture and allows for vector data overlays. It is intended as a (relatively) lightweight widget that can be dropped in to your app to do simple data overlay and interaction with a globe. It can also do more heavy duty data interaction if you want to use it as the centerpiece for a globe based app.
Live Crash Report Management Collect crash reports from your apps, either from your beta versions or from release versions (AppStore safe!). Your apps can report crash reports right at the next startup of your app to your server setup.
Statistics See all your crash reports automatically grouped by similar crashes and how each crash group developed over time and see the affected OS versions and platforms.
Multi Platform Support QuincyKit supports both Mac OS X and iOS platforms.
QuincyKit is available under the MIT Open Source license. The source code is available on GitHub.
"Here I am going to implement a UITableView with sections that you can expand and contract by tapping on a header cell. I have tried to make my code generic using the same delegate and data source model as UITableView, this should make it relatively easy to slot into place of a standard UITableView/UITableViewController."