A case study of how I approach unit testing of a CoreBluetooth layer in an iOS application.

When it comes to unit testing the part of your code that interacts directly with the Swift libraries, multiple challenges occur: Library objects are usually final with unavailable initializers. Additionally, Swift library delegate functions do not easily allow replacing the objects with mocked versions. These challenges can, however, be overcome…


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