It’s happened to all of us; we’re merrily trucking down the development road, building and testing our app when all of sudden everything grinds to a screeching halt and the console tells us something like:
-[MoneyWellAppDelegate doThatThingYouDo]: unrecognized selector sent to instance 0xa275230
The good news is there is a better way. All you need to do is pop over to the Breakpoint Navigator, click the + button at the bottom and choose Add Symbolic Breakpoint…
CocoaHTTPServer is a small, lightweight, embeddable HTTP server for Mac OS X or iOS applications.
Sometimes developers need an embedded HTTP server in their app. Perhaps it's a server application with remote monitoring. Or perhaps it's a desktop application using HTTP for the communication backend. Or perhaps it's an iOS app providing over-the-air access to documents. Whatever your reason, CocoaHTTPServer can get the job done. It provides:
Built in support for bonjour broadcastingIPv4 and IPv6 supportAsynchronous networking using GCD and standard socketsPassword protection supportSSL/TLS encryption supportExtremely FAST and memory efficientExtremely scalable (built entirely upon GCD)Heavily commented codeVery easily extensibleWebDAV is supported too!GitHub
Wenn Sie ein solches Abo aus einer in Frage kommenden App heraus oder auf Apple TV1 (2. oder 3. Generation) erworben haben, wird es im Bereich "App-Abonnements verwalten" der Account-Informationen angezeigt.