Facebook Sonar vs PonyDebugger: What are the differences?
Developers describe Facebook Sonar as "Extensible mobile app debugger". Sonar is a platform for debugging mobile apps on iOS and Android. Visualize, inspect, and control your apps from a simple desktop interface. Use Sonar as is or extend it using the plugin API. On the other hand, PonyDebugger is detailed as "Remote network and data debugging for your native iOS app using Chrome Developer Tools". PonyDebugger is a remote debugging toolset. It is a client library and gateway server combination that uses Chrome Developer Tools on your browser to debug your application's network traffic and managed object contexts To use PonyDebugger, you must implement the client in your application and connect it to the gateway server. There is currently an iOS client and the gateway server..
Facebook Sonar and PonyDebugger can be categorized as "Mobile Runtime Inspector" tools.
Facebook Sonar and PonyDebugger are both open source tools. PonyDebugger with 5.71K GitHub stars and 597 forks on GitHub appears to be more popular than Facebook Sonar with 5.34K GitHub stars and 292 GitHub forks.