Facebook have put together a wonderful collection of useful LLDB commands. There are some great extensions, especially for debugging view hierarchies but there is also an example included on how you can put together commands where you feel there are benefits to be had. I have a feeling that now I have this installed I'm going to miss them on every other machine I use.
I do feel like this email is becoming a little bit "Facebook Dev Weekly" recently. Is there any chance you guys could tone down the awesome for a couple of weeks to give us all a break? 😉
Alex Garibay on the state of automating builds and continuous integration for iOS projects (Spoiler: Not much good news). However he then turns the post all positive by going through best practices for getting your project into the best possible state for automated builds. The only thing I would disagree with is that committing your Pods directory is a heresy, I would argue that regardless of your build system, it's best practice in all situations, not just when prepping for automated builds!
Bryan Irace on CocoaPods. I really don't understand why there is so much controversy around CocoaPods. Yes, it's working around some Xcode issues (with the xcworkspace thing) and yes, if you give some people a package manager they will horribly abuse it by adding every pod on cocoapods.org but in my mind there is no doubt that it has been a positive force in the Cocoa community. Plus, if you don't like it, don't use it. (Note: My comments here haven't been triggered by Bryan's article but every time I see it mentioned on Twitter it's always the source of controversy).