Core Data Lab offers everything to view and analyze the Core Data database of your app, like a predicate editor, data editor, data change tracker and a built-in web and image content viewer.
There is no need to learn anything new, thanks to its familiar interface design, native macOS interaction controls and a data presentation that strictly follows the Core Data object model design.
A Core Data Lab project contains all essential information of your app and database, so you can continue where you left off by simply opening your last project.
Core Data Lab lets you easily view, edit and analyze data of SQLite based Core Data apps. View, track and explore what’s inside your Core Data database, including all Core Data specific details like relationships, entity descriptions, fetch request templates and more.
Hit the Play button on the toolbar to start tracking database changes. New, deleted and changed data rows are being displayed with distinct colours. Each previous row version is displayed individually, including all value changes. There is no need to adjust your project or implement special libraries.
Set up a new project in a few easy steps. Select an app and let Core Data Lab search for matching database. Or select a database file and let Core Data Lab search for matching apps.
Open and view SQLite databases without selecting a Core Data object model. You can also open SQLite files directly in the Finder using Core Data Lab.
View instantly all relationships and related data of a selected row. Easily switch to another relationship. Selecting a row in the relationship panel will show the data in the detail panel.
View all details of all attributes of a selected Core Data entity in the sidebar. Inspect all other details like relationships, indexes and constraints.
You can both import and export data based on CSV and JSON. With JSON you can even export and import relationship data. CSV files can be opened in Excel or Numbers.
Built on top of the latest Apple technologies, Core Data Lab integrates perfectly in your existing development environment, and runs natively on Intel and Apple Silicon Macs.