Kiwi’s Basic Unit Testing

If you want to make just some basic tests, with Kiwi, in your UIViewController‘s IBOutlets and IBActions, you can do something like this:

 __block MyViewController *viewController = nil;
                
 beforeAll(^{ // Occurs once
 });
                
 afterAll(^{ // Occurs once
 });
                
 beforeEach(^{
   viewController = [[MyViewController alloc] initWithNibName:@"MyViewController" bundle:nil];
   // Lazy loading of the UIView's
   __unused UIView *aView = viewController.view;
 });
                
 afterEach(^{
   viewController = nil;
 });
                
 it(@"should not be nil", ^{
   [viewController shouldNotBeNil];
 });
                
 it(@"should have the IBOutlets not nilled", ^{                            
   // The description's Label IBOutlet
   UILabel *descriptionLabel = (UILabel *)[viewController objectForPropertyName:@"descriptionLabel"];
   [descriptionLabel shouldNotBeNil];
 });

 it(@"should respond to the IBActions", ^{
   // This Button should have an action
   NSNumber *actionMethod = @([viewController respondsToSelector:@selector(anAction:)]);
   [[actionMethod should] beTrue];
 });

Don’t forget that with this you are only able to see that the IBAction exist and the UIViewController responds to it… Not that the your Xib’s element is connect to it.

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