Why write tests when you can generate them? Fox is a port of Clojure's popular test.check.
Specify your tests in terms of properties your code should hold. Fox's job is to generate tests to find a counter-example that your property does not hold.
Fox will also shrink the counter-example to the smallest possible example to make it easier to debug failures.
License: Apache 2
A simple object data mapper for Objective-C.
Automated mapping of NSDictionaries/NSArrays to Value Objects with the goal of being exception-free and support graceful error handling.
Read up the documentation at http://hydrant.readthedocs.io/.
All standard methods for NSObject, NSSecureCoding, NSCopying are implemented:
When you inherit
JKVMutableValue. Both classes
will introspect the properties to provide all the behavior
for the standard methods.
Use Nimble to express the expected outcomes of Swift or Objective-C expressions. Inspired by Cedar.
Quick is a behavior-driven development framework for Swift and Objective-C. Inspired by RSpec, Specta, and Ginkgo.
An integration test library on UIKit. Easily emulate high-level user interaction through UIKit.
Unlike KIF, this does not aim to perfectly emulate how users interact with the system. Instead, trying to replicate the same behavior while minimizing the overhead of time-based operations. A perfect example is disabling animations to speed up running of tests.
Also unlike KIF, Robot does not aim to be a full integration testing solution. Rather, it relies on other testing frameworks to do assertion and running. Besides XCTest, there are some popular BDD frameworks:
*Cedar *Specta / Expecta *Kiwi
License: Apache 2
Snoozing for everyone!
Snorlax allows you to sleep on the current thread for a random amount of time.
In truth, Snorlax is an example library demostrating how to build libraries that support multiple platforms: - Carthage - Cocoapods - Swift Package Manager - OS X - iOS - watchOS - tvOS - Linux
See the source at https://github.com/jeffh/Snorlax