Xcode is the most used IDE for iOS development. Apple is doing a great job in updating and adding features to it. Knowing how to take advantage of its capabilities can help you code faster and more efficiently. Check out this Guide for Xcode 5 shortcuts, tips and tricks.
After we removed Status Magic from the App Store quite a few people contacted us and explained that they either did not have access to the new devices or that the main way that they took screenshots was on the iOS Simulator. So, we had a think about what we could do to help and came up with a solution which solves both of those issues.
Modify the iOS Simulator so that it has a perfect status bar, then run your app and take perfect screenshots every time. The modifications made are designed to match the images you see on the Apple site.
Monitor your app and experiment in a way you never thought possible. Add our framework to your Xcode project, and the Spark Inspector will offer you an entirely new debugging perspective. With a three-dimensional view of your app's interface and the ability to change view properties at runtime, Spark can help you craft the best apps on earth. Wiring your app together with notifications? Spark's notification monitor shows you each NSNotification as it's sent, complete with a stack trace, a list of recipients and invoked methods, and more. Understand app structure at a glance and debug smarter. That's Spark.