Tools I’ve made
I wrote the following tools, and use them regularly. Look through the list, and see what might help you.
See also: Books I Recommend
My Objective-C and Swift versions of the Bowling Game TDD Kata, designed to teach Test Driven Development. Read about it in Xcode TDD Kata: Practice with the Bowling Game.
My library for writing test assertions, and a framework for creating your own assertions. The Objective-C version of Hamcrest.
My library for generating stubs and mocks. The Objective-C version of Mockito.
My libraries for unit testing UIAlertControllers, or older UIAlertViews and UIActionSheets. Read about them in How to Test UIAlertControllers and Control Swizzling.
My library for gathering and viewing test coverage. Read about it in How to Easily Measure Code Coverage in Xcode.
My xcconfig to enable lots of Xcode warnings. Read about it in Xcode Warnings: Turn Them Up to Eleven.
My test case code snippets for Xcode (Objective-C and Swift). Also includes my live templates for AppCode (Objective-C only). Available to all new subscribers.
Apple’s template fills test suites with cruft I don’t want. My templates are sleek, containing a single failing test to verify that the suite has been wired up correctly. For both Objective-C and Swift.
Tools by others
I can’t say enough about the productivity boost this IDE gives me. See AppCode: Are You Missing Out on This Powerful Tool? or my screencast Better TDD: The AppCode Advantage.