How to Append String in Swift With Examples
Swift is a high-level, compiled programming language developed by Apple for iOS, macOS, watchOS, Linux, and tvOS. Swift is designed to work with Apples Cocoa and the large body of the Objective-C code written for Apple products. In iOS programming, you sometimes need to append string in Swift. Often, the task is the same, but the parameters may change. There are many ways to append a string in Swift and so it can be quite confusing to find the correct way to write Swift code. In this article from Keshav Malik on Waldo’s blog, you can learn different ways to append a string in Swift and see some examples.
Behavior-Driven Development in Selenium: A Guide
Behavior-driven development (BDD) is an evolutionary approach to software development that combines business-oriented language with broad team collaboration. Practicing BDD requires a good understanding of business analysis and software development skills. In this article on Waldo’s blog, Keshav Malik will tell you about what BDD is, how it’s developed, and how it’s implemented in the industry.
How to Install Appium on Mac and Get Started Using It
Appium is a completely free-to-use mobile automated testing framework. It is available as a Node package and also as a desktop app. We basically download the Appium server, but the client-side coding is done in a variety of programming languages. You might be wondering, Does Appium work on Mac? Yes, it works on all three major operating systems: Windows, Mac, and Linux. In this post from Nabendu Biswas on Waldo’s blog, we’re going to show you how to install and set up Appium on macOS. We will also talk about the client-side setup in different languages. Finally, by the end of the post, we’ll help you start writing test cases.
Using Kotlin ktlint to Improve Code Quality
With Ktlint, you have a companion that ensures that you’re writing clean, readable code that follows best practices. Kotlin Ktlint does this by checking your code for poor formatting and warning you about where you need to make improvements. Overall, using a linter like Ktlint improves code quality. In this post from Pius Aboyi on Waldo’s blog, you’ll learn about what Ktlint is and how to use it to improve the quality of your Kotlin code.
Testing Android Apps with Calabash
Calabash is a completely free-to-use testing framework for iOS and Android mobile apps. Is Calabash an open-source tool? Yes, it’s completely open source and you can find the complete code here. It’s highly popular and hence has a good community behind its development and maintenance. It falls under the category of acceptance testing frameworks, meaning it’s mainly used for functional testing in agile development. In agile development, each developer gets a small task from the entire app, also known as a story. When developers complete a story, they need to test it. Find out more about Calabash from Nabendu Biswas on Waldo’s blog.