Chapter 2. Planning and Structuring Your Test-Driven iOS App

In the previous chapter, we learned how to write unit tests, and we saw an easy example of TDD. When starting TDD, writing unit tests is easy for most people. The hard part is to transfer the knowledge from writing the test to driving the development. What can be assumed? What should be done before one writes the first test? What should be tested to end up with a complete app?

As a developer, you are used to thinking in terms of code. When you see a feature on the requirement list for an app, your brain already starts to layout the code for this feature. And for recurring problems in iOS development (such as building table views), you most probably have already developed your own best ...

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