Fiddler: Redirecting Traffic

A while back I ran into an interesting problem. As any good developer knows, you don’t make code changes in prod. You typically have a series of different environments set up. Where I work, we have 5 environments that we work through. Development -> Pre-Test -> Test -> Beta -> Production With this process, we start off having the code only available on…

Xcode 6 Advanced Debugging (Custom Quick Look)

The Problem with Debugging in Xcode This is one of those things in Xcode that could be really neat, and could be completely useless. Any long time user of Xcode should know by now that the variable debuggers/watch windows are pretty much the most useless things ever. Let’s say I have about the simplest example I…

Manually Symbolicating iOS Crashes

In one of our iOS projects we used PLCrashReporter to capture crash reports and email them to one of our servers. Since then we have decided that Crashlytics does a much better job for a lot less work, and cost the same amount (FREE!). Because of this, we switched over to using Crashlytics, so I won’t explain…

Fiddler for iOS and Android

Almost every time I’m working on network stuff in iOS or Android, I immediately open up Fiddler. I know that there’s also Charles Proxy for OS X which does just as well as Fiddler, but the majority of the time, my Windows VM is running anyway, so I just haven’t been able to justify the…