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After having a particularly good experience exploring and implementing unit tests in Visual Studio 2012 using the code coverage analysis found in the Premium SKU I decided it was time (past time!) to get a similar handle on testing my iOS applications.

Now I love Xcode but the tooling is, in my opinion, not as mature as Visual Studio in many respects: debugging experience, testing experience, analysis, and integration for 3rd-parties to name a few.

When it comes to unit testing and code coverage with Xcode, the story isn’t nearly as nice as that found in Visual Studio. For instance, your only option for running unit tests is to run all test cases at once. There is no test runner or dedicated UI and there is no way to run individual tests or easily toggle tests (other than individually toggling the membership of .m files in the test target). To…

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