Making Swift tests easier to debug — Swift by Sundell

When writing tests for any application, it's always important to consider what the debugging experience will be like when they eventually start failing. After all, the purpose of all kinds of automated tests is to eventually fail - since it'll let us catch bugs and errors before they reach our users. John Sundell takes a look at a few different scenarios, and how we - with just a few subtle tweaks - can make our tests a lot easier to debug.


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