The complete application stack
This week we're featuring a new Indie developers tool for visualising your Swift dependencies.
And 2 open source tools from major players. One created by Realm to speed up your documentation, and one to provide you with a complete application stack.
SwiftDeps - Xcode Project Visualization Tool
SwiftDeps lets you see all of the dependencies and connections between your Xcode project or xcworkspace.
Using a swift package with an interactive graph, it helps you manage package versions and highlight serious project dependencies problems.
Jazzy - Auto-generated documentation for Swift or Objective-C
Created by Realm, this open source tool allows you to generate documentation.
Instead of parsing your source files, Jazzy hooks into Clang and SourceKit to use the AST representation of your code and its comments for more accurate results. The output matches the look and feel of Apple’s official reference documentation, post WWDC 2014.
Jazzy can also generate documentation from compiled Swift modules using their symbol graph instead of source code.
Parse Platform - The Complete Application Stack
The Parse Platform allows you to build applications faster with object and file storage, user authentication, push notifications, a dashboard and more out of the box. Parse Server is an open source backend that can be deployed to any infrastructure that can run Node.js. You can find the source on the GitHub repo.
You can deploy and run Parse Server on your infrastructure.
You can develop and test your app locally using Node.
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