Apps help creating better Apps!

There are a lot of apps and tools out there promising to help us develop amazing apps. Let’s look through some of the really useful ones I use frequently!

1. Xcodes

The easiest way to install and switch between multiple versions of Xcode.

We all know the struggle. Supporting many Xcode versions…

Inspecting the content of a Swift source file in Swift

SourceKitten is an open-source project to parse the content of and get detailed information about a Swift file. It’s used in many tools you may use regularly, like SwiftLint and Jazzy.

When looking at its readme file, it seems like it’s only a command-line tool. However, SourceKitten also includes a…

David Piper

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