MLeaksFinder helps you find memory leaks in your iOS apps at develop time. It can automatically find leaks in UIView and UIViewController objects, hit assertion and print the View-ViewController stack when leaks happening. You can also extend it to find leaks in other kinds of objects.
In this tongue-twister titled article, Matt Gallagher discusses capturing control flow information with stack traces during ongoing tasks to aid debugging. Also included: a reimplementation of NSThread.callStackReturnAddresses in Swift for faster and more flexible stack traces.
Apple announced Swift before Realm was first launched. The team quickly realized how big this would be, and fully committed to building a Swift version of the binding. That meant doing a lot of pioneering work. On the way, many new open tools were created, and existing tools were vastly extended and improved. However, there are far more challenges involved in building a framework for Swift. In this talk from MBLTDev 2015, Marius summarizes his team’s experiences, pointing out pitfalls to avoid and giving hints to help you find your sweet spot for development in the fast-evolving Swift ecosystem.