The very first time you use AppCode, it’s easy to conclude that all it does is beach-ball, and so is not worth the effort to learn, or the money to purchase. But all you need is to change one setting. Table of Contents See How Much Memory AppCode Is UsingChange AppCode Memory Settings I’m Jon

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I’m Jon Reid, one of the maintainers of ApprovalTests.Swift. Today, we’re going to talk about verifying arrays. If you haven’t already done so, I suggest you watch the earlier episodes:Getting StartedHow to Verify Objects Table of Contents verify for Objects, verifyAll for ArraysAdding a LabelClearer Mismatches than XCTAssertEqualComparing Relative Order, Not the IndicesConclusion verify for Objects,

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You find a bug. You fix a bug. …Then what? I wrote a blog post for Industrial Logic exploring this question. Come check it out!A defect isn’t just a bump on the road; it’s a resource for us to mine. Read Jon’s Article at Industrial Logic And if you enjoyed that blog post, there are many

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I’m Jon Reid, one of the maintainers of ApprovalTests.Swift. Llewellyn Falco, the creator of ApprovalTests, likes to use a tic-tac-toe board to demonstrate how you can use approvals for a much simpler style of test-driven development. Normally in TDD, you have to get your test assertion right first. But ApprovalTests lets us evolve that assertion

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I’m Jon Reid, and I want to introduce you to a new testing tool for Swift called ApprovalTests.For more:See How to Simplify Test-Driven Development with ApprovalTests.Swift Table of Contents Adding ApprovalTestsWriting Test CodeRunning Tests for iOSFile ArtifactsQuestions? Adding ApprovalTestsWe’re going to start in an iOS application. You can see I have a very simple app

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