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Developer Tools

Starting at 6:30pm, we'll have free food sponsored by Arbormoon Software, Inc. Please RSVP to help us estimate how much food we need. While you are enjoying the food, talk with other developers and network in the local Cocoa community.

Our main meeting will start at 7pm and will feature a talk on Developer Tools by Luke Geiger.

Luke Geiger is an iOS Developer at 6th Man Apps. He also teaches an iOS class for Grand Circus in downtown Detroit.

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Lets be honest, most developers are lazy. We don't want to waste time using inefficient debugging tactics or integrating huge third party libraries... Lucky for us there are some tools.

Cocoa Pods: The cool way to integrate third parties nowadays. With one line you can bring in an entire project without fidgeting with dependencies, etc. Cocoa Pods is a dependency manager for Objective-C projects. It has thousands of libraries and can help you scale your projects elegantly... We will discover how to use Cocoa Pods and also how to create one...

Apple Instruments: With instruments you use special tools to trace different aspects of a process' behavior. You can also use a tool to record a sequence of user interface actions and replay them. With Instruments you have the ability to:
* Track down difficult to reproduce problems in code.
* Performance analysis.
* Stress test parts of your app.
* Gain a deeper understanding of how your app works.

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  • kristi s.

    Excellent informative presentation Luke, and thanks for posting the link to your slides.

    March 14, 2014

  • Steve B

    Excellent

    March 14, 2014

  • Yachin

    It was a very informative presentation. Thanks, Luke! and the organizer.

    March 14, 2014

  • Luke G.

    Hi all... Thanks for coming out... Here are a link to my slides (https://www.dropbox.com/s/na9umf200m12fql/CHT-DevTools.pdf) If you can't download them for some reason feel free to email me... Also I know there were a few new iOS Developers in the room tonight, if you guys ever need some help on things feel free to reach out... [masked]

    1 · March 14, 2014

  • Luke G.

    @Shawn no problem. My slides and some sample code will be posted after so feel free to take a look.

    March 12, 2014

  • Shawn P.

    Looks like a good presentation. Hopefully my schedule will allow me to attend again soon, but not this time.

    March 12, 2014

  • Emilio J.

    So, there is no meeting for February?

    January 13, 2014

    • Dave K.

      I'm expecting to have a meeting in February, but I don't have a confirmed speaker yet.

      January 13, 2014

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