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SimURLator ---------- SimURLator is an iPhone development tool for manual iPhone Simulator testing of your app's integration with other iPhone apps via UIApplication's openURL:. Basically it stands in for the third-party applications you can't install in the iPhone simulator and allows you to manually validate that things should work once you install your app on a device with those third-party apps. It works in both directions: * If your app supports some URL scheme of its own, SimURLator will let you type it in, validate that the OS agrees it can be opened, and launch your app. * If your app tries to launch some third-party app using its URL scheme, you can configure SimURLator to register that scheme in the Simulator so you can see that the URL you're building looks the way you expect. Testing Your App's URL Handling ------------------------------- Build and deploy your app and SimURLator to the iPhone Simulator. Run SimURLator. Enter a URL using the scheme that your app is registered to handle. Tap the "Check URL" button to see that the OS reports the URL can be opened. Tap the "Open URL" button to launch your app with the URL. Testing Your Calls to openURL: ------------------------------ Grab the code. Edit SimURLator-Info.plist. Add or remove URL Schemes (values for the key CFBundleURLSchemes) to match those of the application(s) you want to test integration with. Deploy to the iPhone Simulator. Now run your app in the Simulator. When your app calls openURL:, SimURLator will launch and show you the exact URL it was passed. Here's the section of SimURLator-Info.plist you should modify: ... <key>CFBundleURLTypes</key> <array> <dict> <key>CFBundleURLSchemes</key> <array> <string>tweetie</string> <string>twitterfon</string> <string>twitterrific</string> </array> ... If you're using XCode, note that it will probably label those keys "URL types" and "URL Schemes." --- Copyright 2009 ThoughtWorks, Inc. See License.txt for licensing info.