|Created on||2015-06-23 00:00:48|
|Files||io-reveal151.dmg (20.77 MB)|
Mac Platform: Intel
OS version: OS X 10.8+
Processor type(s) & speed: 64-bit processor
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Pre-cracked by i/o ~ enjoy!
Fixed a problem with the canvas where constraints on the selected view would sometimes not be restored after a refresh.
The Reveal server will now always make calls to UIKit on the main thread.
UIWebView's pageCount property is shown as read-only in the inspectors to reflect the API.
NSLayoutConstraint's firstItem/secondItem will be presented consistently in all inspectors.
Color inspectors no longer reset the inspected color to nil when changing between hex and RGBA presentation.
Changing "Canvas -> Display Hidden Views" and the opacity of hidden views is now animated.
If another app is open in the iOS Simulator, Reveal will now inspect Soundstagram and not the first simulator app it encounters.
View identifiers now have newlines stripped from them before display, fixing a problem where inspector layouts could be incorrect.
Right-aligned text fields in the inspector now show right-aligned placeholder values.
Many other small fixes to make the canvas display more consistent.
Reveal is a powerful, smart iOS developer tool that allows you to interact with your apps in fine, visually-stunning detail.
Runtime inspection for iOS apps... Reveal brings the power of tools like Firebug and Web Inspector to iOS developers. See your application's view hierarchy at runtime with advanced 2D and 3D visualisations. Debug view layout and rendering problems in seconds.
Instrument your apps...Simply link your iOS application with the Reveal library, start it up, and you'll be able to see and interact with your application like never before.
See changes, live!... You can edit and modify views in your running application to see the effect immediately. No more recompiling to test simple visual changes.
Focus... View hierarchies can get complex. Simply double click a view to isolate it, and all it's subviews. Use the path bar to navigate up the hierarchy, and use the history buttons to go back to where you've been.
More info: http://revealapp.com