Test-Driven Development in Swift with Gio Lodi
In this episode, Leo is joined by Gio Lodi, author of Test-Driven Development in Swift with SwiftUI and Combine. We talk about how to do TDD with Swift but also SwiftUI and Combine as well as the new features revealed at WWDC 2021 like Async/Await, Xcode Cloud, expected failures, and test repetitions.
- Gio Lodi - gio.codes
Youtube Video - https://youtu.be/OM9jbAbUXZ0
- Episode 15 - Test-Driven Development with Joshua Greene and Michael Katz
- Episode 24 - Continuous Integration with Kyle Newsome
- Episode 62 - Local Database Storage on iOS with Aaron Douglas
- Episode 72 - Functional Programming with Daniel Steinberg
- Episode 80 - A Tour of Software Testing with Christina Moulton
- Episode 81 - Awaiting for Async with Vincent Pradeilles
- Episode 92 - WWDC 2021 - Platforms State of the Union with Peter Witham
- How to test Swift async/await code with XCTest by Gio
- xUnit Test Patterns: Refactoring Test Code by Gerard Meszaros
- What's a Test Double?
- What's New in Testing talk by Gio from Melbourne CocoaHeads - June 10th 2021
- Dependency Inversion Principle
- dimsumthinking.com by Daniel Steinberg
- Leo Dion - Combine-ing the Old with the New from 360iDev 2019 (on creating Publisher Factories/Publicists)
- Xcode Cloud Beta Signup
- Embrace Expected Failures in XCTest
- Meet Xcode Cloud
- Explore Xcode Cloud workflows
- Customize your advanced Xcode Cloud workflows
- Diagnose unreliable code with test repetitions
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TDD Thoughts from WWDC 2021
- Is Xcode Cloud Ready?
- Who's the target audience for Xcode Cloud?
- On Testing with Async/Await
- Combine vs Async/Await
- How to expect failures in Xcode 12.5
- Testing Repetitions
TDD, SwiftUI & Combine
- Why do TDD now in Swift?
- Difficulties adopting it later in project
- TDD in SwiftUI vs UIKit
- Isolating Systems with TDD
- What are the different types of Test Doubles?
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