Interactive development firm The Nerdery today released JSON Accelerator, a Mac app conceived and built to help developers dramatically reduce production time on all of their future web, mobile and desktop development projects.
JSON Accelerator helps developers from all programming language persuasions get data, verify it, and write model objects – Objective C, Java, or Python. Available for $4.99 in the App Store.
“Busy developers can get in and out quickly – nice and neat – allowing them to bypass manual labor and move on to their real work,” said Jon Rexeisen, senior mobile developer at The Nerdery.
- Users enter JSON content or fetch code from the web, delivered in exported model object files
- Developers can choose whether to use ARC or even generate core data models
- Modifies http headers using GET and POST to work with several web APIs
- NSCoding compliant in Objective C models
- Accelerates and simplifies process of incorporating JSON services into applications
- Saves your work and keeps your code in your editor
“Using JSON Accelerator, our Nerds accomplish what used to take 6-8 hours in under an hour – that’s good for busy programmers but even better for their clients,” said Nerdery CIO Mike Schmidt. “As a developer, your time is valuable. This is simple. Our app replaces manual effort – yours, if you’re a developer who’d rather skip the tedious steps.”
The first Lab Equipment tool developed by The Nerdery specifically for its own and other programmers, JSON Accelerator consumes web services and creates native code. “There’s literally no learning curve – just stable, reliable output in three clicks,” said Rexeisen.
About The Nerdery
The Nerdery (nerdery.com), a developer-driven interactive production firm, has offices in Minneapolis and Chicago where 300+ self-proclaimed nerds/web professionals partner with creative minds and big thinkers to envision and execute their interactive projects, including websites, mobile apps and social media. In 2010 and 2011, The Nerdery ranked #1 on Biz Journal’s Best Places to Work list. Through The Nerdery Overnight Website Challenge, volunteers have donated over $2.5 million in development services to 84 nonprofits.