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realm-cocoa - Realm is a mobile database: a replacement for Core Data & SQLite

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Realm is a mobile database that runs directly inside phones, tablets or wearables. This repository holds the source code for the iOS, macOS, tvOS & watchOS versions of Realm Swift & Realm Objective-C.Please see the detailed instructions in our docs to add Realm Objective-C or Realm Swift to your Xcode project.

syncthing-macos - Frugal and native macOS Syncthing application bundle

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syncthing-macos is a native macOS Syncthing tray application bundle. It hosts and wraps Syncthing, making it behave more like a native macOS application and less like a command-line utility with a web browser interface. Currently Mac OS X 10.10 or higher is necessary. syncthing-macos is packaged as and disk image with a application bundle. You should download the dmg and drag and drop to install. The only necessary configuration is to set the api key which can be found in the web interface.

syncthing-macosx - Frugal native Mac OS X Syncthing application bundle

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syncthing-macosx is a native macOS Syncthing tray application bundle. It hosts and wraps Syncthing, making it behave more like a native macOS application and less like a command-line utility with a web browser interface.Currently Mac OS X 10.10 or higher is necessary. syncthing-macosx is packaged as and disk image with a application bundle. You should download the dmg and drag and drop to install. The only necessary configuration is to set the api key which can be found in the web interface.




cordova-plugin-wkwebview-inject-cookie - Injects a cookie in order to start the sync processs with wkWebView

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When switching to wkWebView in Cordova for iOS some plugins have the known issue that cookies won't be used properly on the very first start of the application, or every time using the iOS Simulator. In particular session cookies. This is due to a missing proper sync between the underlying WKHTTPCookieStore and the WebView. While this issue could probably only get fixed by Apple in the first place, there is a simple workaround available to get it working: Once a dummy cookie is placed into the WKHTTPCookieStore manually, the syncronization gets triggered (started) and it won't bug you ever again.