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App Development Recipes for iOS and watchOS: A Problem-Solution Approach by Molly K. Maskrey

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© Molly K. Maskrey 2016

Molly K. Maskrey, App Development Recipes for iOS and watchOS, 10.1007/978-1-4842-1820-4_12

12. Testing

Molly K. Maskrey

(1)Parker, Colorado, USA

No matter your position, background, education, experience, whatever, we all test our code at some point as we develop our projects (Figure 12-1). You could, at a rudimentary level, consider the build process and even the automatic error detection in Xcode as a form of testing. Long ago, shortly after the invention of the wheel, coding was nothing more than flipping switches on a computer console, hitting a button to enter the instruction, and eventually running the program. Pressing the Run button was the only testing possible. The paradigm shifts in recent years have put testing ...

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