Latest 0.0.1
License MIT
Platforms ios 7.0, requires ARC
Dependencies CocoaAsyncSocket


iOS native code injector at runtime, only for debug.



Dyamk WIKI


Why use Dyamk

Dyamk can help you run Objective code without recompile and restart the app, it can helps you to debug UI and so forth, it is based on the dlopen, so it is only for debug, when you finish your debug, just copy the right code to your main app.

Dyamk using socket to communicate with the dylib generate and send project, it works as an aspect in the main app, so it has no intrusion for the main app, just enjoy it!

Arch & Principle



  • Clone the repo and go into it.

    git clone
    cd Dyamk
  • Run, it needs root to mkdir in /opt, you can check if it is safe by your self.

  • Some scripts are written in Python3, so you needs Python3 environment, if you don’t have it, try pyenv.

How to get start

There are two project in the Dyamk folder, DyamkInjector and DyamkDemoApp, the former is the dylib generate and inject project and the latter is a demo app to be injected at runtime, when you use this framework for your own app, your app will be the latter one, now we just talk about the demo.

Demo App

  • go into the DyamkDemoApp folder.
  • run pod install --verbose --no-repo-update.
  • open DyamkDemoApp.xcworkspace.
  • run it with a iOS Simulator, the framework does not support real device by default.
  • because the Dyamk library needs socket to receive build message from injector, there will be an alert to confirm.
  • if there is no error, you can see logs in console as below.
    2018-06-22 21:01:03.051985+0800 DyamkDemoApp[52912:50098406] DYA Server start at 2224
  • now the demo app is ready to inject code, now you can leave the project but keep the app running on Simulator.

DyamkInjector Project

  • go into the DyamkInjector dir and open the project with Xcode.
  • change the build Target to BuildMe
  • open Build Settings for target BuildMe, ant find User-Defined Params DYAMK_PYTHON3_PATH, change it to your python3 path instead. you can use which python in the terminal to find the location, if you don’t have python3, try pyenv.
  • open DyamkCodePlayground.m, you can see the function __dyamk_debug_code_goes_here, your code to inject goes here.
    void __dyamk_debug_code_goes_here() {
    // a simple code to inject
    UIWindow *window = [UIApplication sharedApplication].windows.lastObject;
    UIViewController *vc = window.rootViewController;
    vc.view.backgroundColor = [UIColor redColor];
  • build the project, and you can see the demo app running on Simulator has changed it view’s background color to red.
  • you can write some code in the __dyamk_debug_code_goes_here function, when you build it, these code will be injected to demo app.


Dyamk Wiki

Latest podspec

    "name": "DyamkClient",
    "version": "0.0.1",
    "summary": "A short description of DyamkClient.",
    "description": "a client for Dyamk Injector to inject native code into running apps.",
    "homepage": "",
    "license": {
        "type": "MIT",
        "file": "LICENSE"
    "authors": {
        "xiuyutong": "[email protected]"
    "social_media_url": "",
    "platforms": {
        "ios": "7.0"
    "source": {
        "git": "",
        "tag": "0.0.1"
    "source_files": "Dyamk/**/*.{h,m}",
    "public_header_files": "Dyamk/**/*.h",
    "requires_arc": true,
    "dependencies": {
        "CocoaAsyncSocket": []
    "script_phases": {
        "name": "[Dyamk] Reset Framework Version",
        "script": "rm /opt/Dyamk/dylib/framework_version || true"

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