Chapter     10

Quality assurance

Let’s have a look at what we’ve done in the previous chapters. We built a very simple application that retrieves a short list of iOS jobs in New York and displays the details of the openings in Safari mobile. Then, we learned how to release the application manually to your team using only Xcode and iTunes, even if we admitted it was a bad idea. Finally, we covered how to build the application from the command line, so we could build the application on a regular schedule using a few of the main continuous integration platforms: Jenkins and Bamboo, the open-source solution versus the enterprise-friendly one. We also introduced you to the tools released by Apple with Xcode 5: XCode service for OS X Server and XCode ...

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