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facebook/FBSimulatorControl: A Mac OS X library for managing and manipulating iOS Simulators
FBSimulatorControl - A Mac OS X library for managing and manipulating iOS Simulators
UITests  iosdev  unittests  swift 
8 weeks ago by acalbuquerque
facebook/xctool: An extension for Apple's xcodebuild that makes it easier to test iOS and macOS apps.
xctool - An extension for Apple's xcodebuild that makes it easier to test iOS and macOS apps.
UITests  iosdev  unittests  swift 
8 weeks ago by acalbuquerque
linkedin/bluepill: Bluepill is a reliable iOS testing tool that runs UI tests using multiple simulators on a single machine
bluepill - Bluepill is a reliable iOS testing tool that runs UI tests using multiple simulators on a single machine
UITests  iosdev  unittests  swift 
8 weeks ago by acalbuquerque
linkedin/LayoutTest-iOS: Write unit tests which test the layout of a view in multiple configurations
LayoutTest-iOS - Write unit tests which test the layout of a view in multiple configurations
UITests  iosdev  unittests  swift 
8 weeks ago by acalbuquerque
Engineering for Testability - WWDC 2017 - Videos - Apple Developer
Unit testing is an essential tool to consistently verify your code works correctly. Discover techniques for designing the code of your...
swift  unittests  iosdev 
8 weeks ago by acalbuquerque
Why VIPER is a bad choice for your next application
There is a lot of hype about VIPER in the last year, and everyone is so inspired by it. Most of these articles are biased about it and trying to demonstrate how cool it is. It’s not. It has at least…
viper  iosdev  patterns  swift 
8 weeks ago by acalbuquerque
"Weak, Strong, Unowned, Oh My!" - A Guide to References in Swift — KrakenDev
I often find myself worrying about retain cycles in my code. I feel like
this is a common concern amongst others as well. I don't know about you,
but it seems like I am constantly hearing  "When am I supposed to use weak?
And what the hell is this 'unowned' crap?!" The issue we find is that we
know to use strong, weak, and unowned specifiers in our swift code to avoid
retain cycles, but we don't quite know which specifier to use. Fortunately,
I happen to know what they are AND when to use them! I hope this guide
helps you to learn when and where to use them on your own.
swift  iosdev  ios  coding  tutorials  programming 
8 weeks ago by acalbuquerque
Hesham Salman – Building VTS
Read writing from Hesham Salman in Building VTS. iOS developer that dabbles in rails @ VTS. 🖐🏽Mitten represent🖐🏽. Every day, Hesham Salman and thousands of other voices read, write, and share important stories on Building VTS.
medium  iosdev  ios  swift  blog 
8 weeks ago by acalbuquerque
Build a Swift App - Design+Code
Design iOS apps with Swift. Build a news reader app from Sketch to the App Store.
tutorials  ios  coding  programming  swift 
8 weeks ago by acalbuquerque

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