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Test-Driven iOS Development by Graham Lee

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13. Beyond Today’s Test-Driven Development

I hope that this book has enthused you about the possibility of writing test-driven iOS apps, shown you how to get started, and convinced you that even the most gnarly of legacy projects can benefit from a test-driven approach after you do a bit of groundwork to get started. This chapter wraps things up by looking at techniques and technology related to TDD. Some of these things are already available but are not in common use yet; others are not available now, or work in other environments but not Cocoa Touch. These are all concepts and technologies you could be using for your apps soon.

Expressing Ranges of Input and Output

Many of the tests created for the BrowseOverflow app used a specific result ...

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