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What is the best approach for writing unit tests for iPhone / iPad?


What is the best approach for writing unit tests for iPhone / iPad?

By : user3865492
Date : January 10 2021, 01:57 PM
should help you out You will write the test once, but run it many times as your application evolves.
If the tests pass, you know you didn't break anything. If the tests fail, you know where to fix. If the tests pass and the application fails, you know you need more tests.
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Is it common to write integration tests before writing unit tests?

Is it common to write integration tests before writing unit tests?


By : jburke4126
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix the issue you can do When tasked with developing against a third party API, the first thing I do is code a prototype (integration test, if you will) to obtain the expected / desired result. I then create some unit tests that enforce that expectation and refactor the prototype into the actual code I will use moving forward.
So yes, IMO, it's pretty typical. It may not be TDD in the purest sense, but I'm OK with that.
Unit testing examples that proves that unit tests are worth writing

Unit testing examples that proves that unit tests are worth writing


By : Cassie M
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope that helps Unit testing is not about catching possible bugs, its about 'feeling a little bit safe'. Good example is a project with code base larger than hello world with multiple developers. It is only a matter of time, when somebody breaks something, what was working before. The question is - when will you know it? After the application is deployed or during development?
Rails5 - what is the best approach for writing unit tests for services?

Rails5 - what is the best approach for writing unit tests for services?


By : Bob Hamilton
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this one helps. You probably have simple ruby classes inside your /app/services folder. Then just write very simple unit test for each single service. Place them under /test/services/ or spec/services/ folder. You should have one unit test file for each class you define for your application.
What's the advantage of writing unit tests for each function over writing only API test for a service

What's the advantage of writing unit tests for each function over writing only API test for a service


By : user2749037
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
help you fix your problem There is more than one reason, so here is the ones I can think of:
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Best approach for a ipad/iphone app

Best approach for a ipad/iphone app


By : deekay
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish did fix the issue. I think the easiest route to go would be to use two different storyboards, 1 for iPad and 1 for iPhone. You set the default start up screen in the AppDelegate viewDidLoad withOptions method. and in there check to see what device you are running on by
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