CoreData+ is a Powerful,Unique Probe for iOS/OSX Dev. Inspect/Query CoreData in real time on running App,Code auto generation,Data Import/Export.
Feature 1:Inspect CoreData on running App(Device or Simulator)
By Linking our Probe Library to your Xcode project,You can view CoreData data on running iOS/OSX App in real-time.In some developing and testing process, this will be very useful.
Feature 2:Data Admin/Query
Entity Data Insert/Delete,Magic test data generation on the fly.
Predicate Query is Easy by predicate Editor or hand input
Feature 3:Model Code generation
Entity Model Class Code auto generation like mogenerator save your many time ;
Code Template Editor,DIY code generation in your style.
Feature 4:Data Import,Export
CoreData+ supports sql,json,csv,xml,plist format data import/export. in particular, it can import MySQL database SQL script.
You can download probe client test demo from http://www.iosxtools.com/CoreData+/
CoreData+ Probe uses Bonjour to connect with the running iOS/OSX application. If you are running the OSX/iOS application, it will need to be on the same network for the CoreData+ Mac application to be able to connect with it
Update XXXProbeIOS.framework For iOS8 compatibility problems
Ratings and Reviews
Definitely needs work
You have to link in a framework to use this so that it can “see” changes to the database made by CoreData. It’s slow. Xcode and CoreData+ both become unresponsive for many seconds at a time. It’s even worse with breakpoints set. Also 57 warnings after adding the framework to a new Xcode/Swift project, so my continuous integration analysis and testing are never going to pass. Worst of all, it seems to have broken something in my project after removing it.
to much setup
I didn’t get it to load any data - but I did get it to run against my coredata-model/sqllite data store. Just didn’t display any data to work with. Ya move away from the libsqlite3.dylib and use libsqlite3.tbd i’m guessing (app store is regeting apps using libsqlite3.dylib, I hear) . I‘m sure it works fine with older version of xcode, but even following every instruction exactly, all I could do was get it to load my model without data - and to test I use FLEX to profile the app while running, and there were 1000’s of rows of data where you app said it was blank. I really could have used it today….. Giving it three stars because the concept is good. Just gottta make it easy to use. There are better free tools.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.