iOS Development Test Automation Tips

It’s safer and reliable to write tests, even before development, that’s why TDD (test driven development) is so popular nowadays. But you don’t have to write tests for every function and UI page because it consumes a lot of time and it’s not efficient if your dev team is small, what you can do is to design the test first, like function name, signature, input data amount, expected output, and then you know how to implement.

There are some blogs which list test automation frameworks and tips for iOS development.

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Reference:

Top 5 iOS Testing frameworks with examples

Top 6 iOS Automation Tools for Mobile Testing

Google EarlGrey

Appium: Automation for Apps

Automating the Test Process

Automated acceptance testing for mobile apps

3 Ways to automate iOS App Testing

Writing Test Classes and Methods

Unit Testing

 

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