An on-device debugging framework for introspecting local Realm files. Realm Browser for iOS is an unofficial debugging framework for apps that implement Realm. It uses the Objective-C dynamic runtime to monitor an app’s interaction with Realm, and then allows developers to present a UI dialogue displaying the contents of any Realm files in the app. By embedding Realm Browser in the debug builds of your apps, you can get a useful look at contents of your Realm file to make sure data is getting saved correctly, while away from your Mac.
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