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Test Driven Development (TDD) in Swift

For the Playground and iOS Applications

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You might have heard about Test Driven Development (TDD) and you might be encouraged to actually implement this way of working in Swift.

This guide is designed to help you do that while implementing your project in Swift.

Ready…set…test

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