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Test-Driven iOS Development by Graham Lee

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5. Test-Driven Development of an iOS App

Over the next few chapters, you’ll see an iOS app developed from initial specification to functional product. Of course, with this book being about test-driven development, the app will be written in a test-first fashion. This chapter defines the application’s specification and sets out the strategy for developing the functionality. At the end of this part of the book, you’ll have a fully working—though by no means full-featured—app, supported by a suite of unit tests. You’ll also have seen how the tests help to design and implement the app code. The full project is available from https://github.com/iamleeg/BrowseOverflow, should you want to build the app yourself or even extend it.

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