Great article clarifying the differences between a deep and universal link! I created a free developer tool for iOS developers to easily test deep/universal links against the iOS Simulator: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/deeplinkr/id1586244217?mt=12
I'd love to hear your thoughts!
I got tired of typing that Terminal command and sending myself links to click on my device, so I built a free developer tool for iOS teams that allows you to easily document, verify, and test your app's deep & universal links: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/deeplinkr/id1586244217?mt=12
I’ve always found testing deep links to be really inconvenient and in most places I’ve worked they’re rarely covered by unit tests.
So, I decided to make a free tool — DeepLinkr — to make it easier to document, share, and test an app’s collection of deep and universal links.
For those that don’t know me, I’ve been making iPhone apps since 2014 and working professionally since 2017 as an iOS developer.
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