Monday, November 24th, 2008

Interactive iPhone Console using JSCocoa

Category: Debugging, iPhone, JavaScript

KUMAGAI Kentaro has created a JSCocoa based interactive console for the iPhone:

I’ve been struggling with transform property of UIView for long time. at last, I’ve decided to create UIMonkey that allows to manipulate the variables by trial and error through HTTP in Javascript with SpiderMonkey. Few days after I’ve started the project, I found JSCocoa through John Resig’s article and I abandoned my project and rewrited my codes on JSCocoa.

Now it works on the top of JSCocoa. It’s very helpful while inspecting the hierarchy of the view tree or size of the views etc.

Very cool stuff as you can run code on the fly and see it all change in the emulator. His article explains how you set it up, and gives you some fun examples.

Posted by Dion Almaer at 6:12 am
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