Writing tests using XCTest alone can make it difficult to organize your tests and keep them readable and maintainable. Using a BDD testing framework helps solve these problems and makes it easier and more enjoyable to write tests.
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Brian is an instructor at Razeware who develops courses and screencasts on a wide variety of topics of iOS development. When not teaching, Brian plays board games, studies aikido, and tries to keep up with his wife and two kiddos.
ReplayKit allows you to record or livestream your apps and games. In this video, you’ll learn the basics of implementing it.
Believe it or not, we can now open files created from other apps. In this screencast, you’ll see how you can read files from outside your app.
Once you’ve defined your document type, you will need to know how to save and edit them. This screencast will cover the process.
When writing a document based app, Xcode allows you to define your own file extension. This screencast will walk you through the process.
Xcode 9 offers improvements when it comes to debugging your code. This screencast will cover a few of them.
No need to keep a command line prompt open. With Xcode 9, we get better source control management with GitHub integration built right in to the IDE.
Xcode 9 provides a bevy of features that will help you write your code. In this screencast, you’ll get a tour of them.
Learn the basics of constructing unit tests and UI tests, and how to incorporate them into your app.
UIKit adds some cool features to table views such as batching updates and leading and trailing swipes. In this screencast, you’ll learn how to use them.