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If you work with Objective-C and like to help me test an Objective-C version of the Xcode templates, email me. I love to hear how you apply Clean Swift to your iOS projects.
Also check out The Clean Swift Handbook which walks you through the entire CleanStore sample app. It covers all the scenes, use cases, and routing between them. It’s been updated for the latest Xcode and Swift versions, and comes with a one-month free access to my premium mentorship program.
If you want to learn how to write unit tests in iOS, take a look at Effective Unit Testing. It describes how to add unit tests to the CleanStore sample app, and test driven development.
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