It’s very human to skip tests. But, while developing enterprise apps, testing is something that should never be compromised. If you don’t test, there will be no way to find out the application performance and determine user experiences.
Testing is a must! You might already know that you should write tests for your code and UI, but you might not know — how? I’ll walk you through types of tests that developers usually perform on Swift programming language in order to help you deliver a supreme-quality app to your user.
Whether you’re building a new application or expanding the existing app, you might want to test it on the go. Testing in swift is as simple as building the app itself. (For your information, the Xcode also tests the application). All you need is test cases and an idea about where code usually goes wrong.
But first, it’s necessary to find out what to test.
Developing an App? What to Test?
Start with the basics. You must write mandatory tests if you plan to expand the application.
Tests usually cover the following issues.
- Core functionality: Model classes and methods and their interactions with the controller
- The most common UI workflows
- Boundary conditions
- Bug fixes
Let’s take a quick look at the types