SN Video coding and web development. Practical test-driven development with Xcode and Swift
- Additional Titles:
- Practical test-driven development with Xcode and Swift and Springer Nature video coding and web development
- London, England : Springer Nature, 2020.
- Physical Description:
- 1 online resource (51 minutes)
- Additional Creators:
- Tamoykin, Alex and Springer Nature (Firm)
- Language Note:
- In English.
- Write better, more robust, and well-architected code. Then put tests on CI with every run, so you have real proof that your app works as expected. Running tests over and over again costs you very little whereas running manual tests costs time again and again. 100% test coverage is not practical. A more effective approach is to write well-modularized code which is easy to test in isolation with unit tests and then do several integration tests testing the entire flow of your app to make sure all modules work together. Use XCTest, which Apple provides out of the box with XCode, to test all networking and model layers and plan classes. This is your opportunity to test against several different edge cases since it's easy to simulate different conditions. Unit testing your controllers is complicated because controllers rely on the UIKit controller life cycle that's not available in the test environment. Therefore, it's easier to use UI Testing (also provided by Apple with XCode) to write integration tests. Write a few of them covering your happy paths. Adding your tests on CI and running them automatically on every commit to your mainline branch will help you avoid timely manual tests or a failing app.
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