Behavior-Driven Testing Tutorial for iOS with Quick & Nimble

In this behavior-driven testing tutorial, you’ll learn how to write tests for iOS apps and games using Quick and Nimble. By Shai Mishali.

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Where To Go From Here?

You can download the completed version of the project using the Download Materials button at the top or bottom of this tutorial.

You now have the knowledge you need to start applying behavior-driven testing to your app.

You’ve learned all about testing user stories, instead of testing implementation details, and how Quick helps achieve just that. You’ve also learned about Nimble matchers, and even written your very own matcher. Very exciting!

To get started with Quick and Nimble in your own project, start off by following the Installation guide and choose the installation method that works for your project.

When you have everything set up and you want to learn more about Quick, the best place to continue your reading is Quick’s Official Documentation. You might also want to read Nimble’s Readme to discover the vast number of available matchers and abilities it provides.

In the meantime, if you have any questions or comments about this tutorial or behavior-driven tests in general, please join the forum discussion below!