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Pro iOS5 Tools: Xcode Instruments and Build Tools by Kevin y. Kim, J. Bradford Dillon, Brandon Alexander

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Chapter 9

Can We Automate Some of This?

Now that your app is being thoroughly tested and your beta is underway, you're starting to get requests for some new features. You've decided to bring a couple more people onto the project to help get it over the line. The new developers are good, but they aren't as intimately familiar with the inner workings of your lovely app as you are, so you're concerned that they might get in there and accidentally wreck the place. You're very busy fixing bugs and adding features, so you can't spare the time it takes to run all the tests and static analysis every time one of the new developers pushes an update to the project. Not only that, but adding developers always increases risk in integration bugs, especially ...

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