Check out the highlights of Swift Summit, a Swift-focused conference held in San Francisco!
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Review what was covered in our Testing in iOS video tutorial series and get some tips for how to go about testing in your own apps.
Learn about element queries in UI testing and how to use recording to automate writing some of your UI testing code.
Learn how user interface testing allows you to automate taps and swipes so that you can test your app’s user facing functionality within your test suite.
Learn how to use performance tests to examine performance trends over time and learn about the code coverage features which are new in Xcode 7.
Learn how to perform tests on your asynchronous code and how to use subclasses to make light weight mocks to tests parts of your iOS app.
Learn the basics of unit testing by setting up the test target, accessing the code from your app, and trying out a few basic unit tests.
Find out what’s covered in our Testing in iOS video tutorial series!
Have a quick review of what you learned in this Intermediate Swift 2 video series and find out Greg’s recommendations for further learning.
Look at the error handling system in Swift 2 so you can keep your code running smoothly and be able to handle unexpected error conditions.