January 07, 2016 | 2min read
Best Pods of 2015
Dev Pods selected by:
Rafał: Constantly updated; even now slightly less code than without it.
Antoni: That’s the obvious one!
Maciek: For doing TDD/BDD. Totally rocking, lightweight libs.
Maciek: Lightweight, powerful, reliable, still maintained.
Antoni: The golden standard for collecting logs!
Maciek: Awesome logging framework.
Paweł: Easy integration with Crashlytics, easy file logging, predefined log levels.
Paweł: Light-weight and still powerful, nice syntax, more consistent than NALayoutConstraints or VFL.
Kamil: Simplifies interfacing asynchronous operations. Has a very small mental footprint (abstractions introduced by the library are easy to explain in 5-10 minutes), so it does not steepen the learning curve for newcomers in the project.
Maciek: It’s a great and powerful programming framework that enables reactive and functional approach in Objective-C. Love it.
Kamil: Easy to use progress indicator that, because of its popularity, your users are already familiar with.
Maciek: Great and flexible dependency injection framework. Configuration is clean, dependencies are clear. Supports swift as well.
Kamil: Makes outputting “40 seconds ago” or “just now” next to an item on a list not much more complicated than calling a single routine.
QA Pods selected by:
Testing iOS mobile app like a user.
Grant access to contacts, photos, edit keyboard settings for testing purposes.
Pixel perfect functional testing. Matches and compares expected and actual screen during functional testing.
Stub API communication for testing purpose. Helps testing negative paths.
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