CocoaPods can be configured to only resolve and download dependencies, making it a great manager for vendored CLI tools
The answer to "How can I test that a view controller presents another view controller when something happens?" is as simple as defining a delegate.
Good unit tests are fast and deterministic. Testing code that hits the network could undermine this goal, but using OHHTTPStubs we can take back control of our tests. This post explores the advantages of stubbing the network, and provide a guide on how to do it with OHHTTPStubs.
If you are experiencing crashes with a version of Fabric and Crashlytics installed via CocoaPods chances are you are missing required information in the Info.plist. This post shows how to solve this issue.
How to implement a custom AFNetworking response serializer to read the failure response data and populate the callback error with it.
One of the characteristic of the UI is that it changes, and there are scenarios in which writing UI tests to assure that the change has happened correctly can be very valuable for the reliability of our apps. Writing such a test is a bit harder than normal, let's see how to do it.
A couple of tips learnt the hard way on how to develop and debug In App Purchase support in an iOS app.
Sharing thoughts by some lead designers on iOS 7.
Introducing MTFontIcon, a CocoaPod library for iOS to improve application development efficiency by using font icons.
A self memo on how to set the $(inherited) flag on a project using CocoaPods on Xcode.
Step by step guide on how to integrate the Facebook SDK in an iOS app, the right way. Part 1: Facebook Login.
A step by step guide to create a basic CocoaPod.
A brief introduction to CocoaPods, the Objective-C dependencies manager.