Found an awesome Mac AppStore app that makes it easy to perform HTTP requests and see the response body.
From the website:
“With Graphical HTTP Client, you can send an HTTP request to a server, specify any number of headers, and examine the response body and headers. If the response is HTML, you have the option of opening that HTML up in a web view. You can also save the response as a file.”
It even formats JSON:
“If Graphical HTTP Client detects JSON as the response type, it will format it for you so you can easily view the response.”
Current available for £1.49 on the Mac AppStore.
An Xcode project designed to speed up development of new projects. Seems like there are quite a few things in it I can take inspiration from for my own code.
What is it?
This project is inspired on HTML5 boilerplate.
- It is intended to provide a base of code to start with
- It is not intended to be a framework
- It is intended to be modified and extended by the developer to fit their needs
- It includes solid third-party libraries if needed to not reinvent the wheel
Via: Simon Teppett
Made me chuckle – an April Fool’s article by Ray Wenderlich – Why I’m Ditching iOS and Becoming an Android Developer.