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Ladybug 🐞

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Ladybug is a simple iOS app handles Radar links (rdar://) gracefully.

Developers have mixed feeling about radars. Some of radars never get close or response. Ladybug doesn't try to β€œfix” this situation, but it helps you to manage radar links or retrieve your records from Open Radar. If you want to file a radar while cross-posting to Open Radar, consider using Brisk.

Demo

This is how you duplicate a radar in 2018. Open a rdar:// link, then duplicate it in Brisk!

Demo of user tapped a radar link in Tweetbot and opened Ladybug to view Open Radar, then open Brisk for filing a duplicated radar.

Features

Features
πŸ˜‡ Open source iOS project written in Swift 4
😎 Opens a radar link from other app, clipboard, or manually input
πŸ’ͺ Redirects to Open Radar, Apple Radar (Bug Reporter) or Brisk app
πŸ’‘ Support multiple formats of radar links
πŸ‘ Safari Reader mode for Open Radar
πŸ‘€ 3D Touch Peek & Pop
πŸ•‘ History
πŸ“– Bookmarks
πŸ“² Retrieve radar data from Open Radar
⏬ Import your radars from Open Radar
⏫ Export radars as JSON
πŸ†“ Free without ads
🚫 No third-party tracking or analytics

Install

Download the official release version from App Store.

Or, you can install this open source app with the following steps:

  1. Clone the repo on GitHub
  2. Open the project with Xcode 9 or above
  3. Change bundle ID to something like com.yourcompany.Ladybug
  4. Build and Run on your iOS devices

Contribution

  • Feedback and issues are welcome

Motivation

As an iOS developer, I follow a lot of developers on Twitter. It's painful every time I saw a rdar:// link in Tweetbot but cannot tap it to open. Therefore I created Ladybug, a solution for iOS to open or bookmark Radar links.

I use a lot of tools made by other developers. And I always want to contribute something to the community. With Ladybug I finally found something: 1. I need. 2. others might need too. 3. I can do. Consider Ladybug my love letter to Apple dev community 😍. Enjoy!