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Core-Data-Editor - Core Data Editor lets you easily view, edit and analyze applications‘ data


Core Data Editor lets you easily view, edit and analyze applications‘ data. Core Data Editor is compatible with Mac and iOS applications and supports XML, SQLite and binary stores, visualizes all relationships and is able to edit the data and generate Objective-C code for the data model. Core Data Editor will guide you through a short setup process when you initially launch the app. This setup process is entirely optional. You can skip over each and every step if you know what you are doing. It is recommended that you take your time and go though the setup process. It only takes a few minutes.

awesome-ios - A curated list of awesome iOS ecosystem, including Objective-C and Swift Projects


A curated list of awesome iOS frameworks, libraries, tutorials, Xcode extensions and plugins, components and much more. The list is divided into categories such as Frameworks, Components, Testing and others, open source projects, free and paid services. There is no pre-established order of items in each category, the order is for contribution. If you want to contribute, please read the guide. Instabug has just released their visual repro steps feature to enable you to trace all the views that the user interacted with before a bug or a crash occured. This will help you reproduce bugs and fix them 10x faster. We highly recommend integrating Instabug’s framework as they compiled a lot of other great features like network logs and screen annotations, providing you with useful and rich data attached to each bug or crash report. Instabug is offering awesome-ios community an exclusive 15% discount on all paid plans. Go to 1 minute integration guide.

ObjectivePGP - OpenPGP library for iOS and macOS


ObjectivePGP is an implementation of OpenPGP protocol for iOS and macOS. OpenPGP is the most widely used email encryption standard. It is defined by the OpenPGP Working Group of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF). Here is the blog post story.

MHTextSearch - A fast full-text search library for Objective-C


A fast & minimal embedded full-text indexing library, written in Objective-C, built on top of Objective-LevelDB.By far, the easiest way to integrate this library in your project is by using CocoaPods.




CoreJSON - Fast JSON framework. Done properly.


CoreJSON is iOS and OSX Core Foundation based fast parser and generator based on libyajl C library.

geopackage-ios - GeoPackage iOS Library


The GeoPackage Libraries were developed at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) in collaboration with BIT Systems. The government has "unlimited rights" and is releasing this software to increase the impact of government investments by providing developers with the opportunity to take things in new directions. The software use, modification, and distribution rights are stipulated within the MIT license. If you'd like to contribute to this project, please make a pull request. We'll review the pull request and discuss the changes. All pull request contributions to this project will be released under the MIT license.

OHMKit - Declarative mapping between JSON and custom Objective-C classes


OHMKit makes it easy to hydrate Objective-C model objects from web services or local files. It works especially well with JSON. It's a lot like Mantle and JSONModel except that OHMKit doesn't require your models to inherit from a base class, making it more suitable for use with Core Data, Parse, Realm, or other libraries that do require you to inherit from a base class. OHMKit is a system for declaratively expressing how to translate data from JSON or plist to native Objective-C model objects. OHMKit does it without requiring your model to inherit from a base class, so it works with NSObjects, NSManagedObjects, or anything else that fits with your class hierarchy. And you can specify custom mappings anywhere you want, not just in the model. So you can keep the details of mapping a service to you models out of your model code and in your service code where it may be more appropriate.