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Switch off without losing users

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Overview

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Make the most of limited coding sessions

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Why shipping regular updates is good for your development process and more

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Why It’s Good to Release Updates Frequently

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First of all, lets look at our requirements for app distribution.

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We need to distribute our apps for various different purposes.

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Make unit tests easier to code, review and maintain

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Introduction

Unit tests are essential for software projects, but they add overhead. In this article, I’m going to talk about how to leverage the builder pattern to make it more efficient for your team to write, review and maintain unit tests. I’ll start by talking about what the pattern is and why it is particularly useful in unit tests. Then I’ll explain the gains you can make by using the pattern. Finally I’ll show you how to create builder classes in your Xcode project.

Gabrielle Earnshaw

Mobile app strategy and development. Mobile Subject Matter Expert / Practice Lead at @InfinityWorks, and creator of @Tasktimerappuk and Windsurf Caddy

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