Jibber makes network debugging a breeze. Simply drag and drop the provided framework into your Xcode project and follow the instructions.
You’ll be able to view both request and response parameters on your Mac in real time! If you work with JSON, we've got you covered with syntax highlighting too.
Jibber was born because working with JSON data in Xcode is incredibly frustrating. We set out to build a tool that would integrate seamlessly into all your projects and show you the information you need when you need it.
We use Bonjour to connect without any configuration to your devices and the iPhone Simulator, and Jibber works with any networking library or framework using NSURLSession or NSURLConnection APIs.
Update: Jibber now also lets you debug push notification payloads!
Yes, Jibber interfaces with native API at the NSURLSession and NSURLConnection level so any frameworks built on top of that would automatically integrate with Jibber’s framework. AFNetworking's 2.5.3 had some issues that led to the framework not always working, but the bugs were fixed in 2.5.4.
Jibber works on both devices and the iPhone Simulator. It even works when your device is not connected via cable to your Mac!
No, Jibber also displays other types of HTTP requests but we provide syntax highlighting support for your JSON requests.
Jibber uses Bonjour in its framework to find nearby Mac apps. This typically means your devices should be connected to the same network access point so you might face issues in larger (corporate) networks.