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July 7, 2014 AT 10:25 am

Using Trinket to Create a Physical Buttons For iOS Simulator

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Using Trinket to Create a Physical Buttons For iOS Simulator

When testing iPhone/iPad apps in iOS Simulator, you will sometimes need to press the ‘Home’ button, lock button & screen shots etc… This is quite easy with the drop down menu or keyboard shortcuts. But thats still to hard for me having to learn a keyboard shortcuts with three buttons, thats absurd!

So I created this quick and dirty solution, using spare parts and a Adafruit Trinket

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