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Unit testing increases productivity and raises code quality. In this course, author Ron Lisle explains installation and effective use of unit testing tools and techniques for iOS projects, to ensure more stable, functional apps. An example application is provided to demonstrate testing and as the course progresses, developers are shown how to tackle the increasingly complex problems encountered when unit testing iOS development projects.
Hi! I am Ron Lisle and welcome to Unit Testing iOS Applications with Xcode 4. In this course, we will look at unit testing and how to unit test iOS applications. We will use the support built into Xcode 4 called OCUnit and also a couple of open-source unit test frameworks called GHUnit and OCMock. I will start off easy by explaining what unit testing is and how it differs from other types of testing. I'll show you how to install and use the OCUnit support built into Xcode 4, and then we'll see how to add and use the additional unit testing capabilities provided by GHUnit.
Then we will move up to some more advanced techniques including the use of mock objects using OCMock. Finally, we'll look at some of the problem areas when unit testing iOS applications and how these tools can be used to solve difficult testing situations. So let's get started with Unit Testing iOS Applications with Xcode 4.
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