Diary of my experience developing a Tic Tac toe game in Swift (part 2)

Vim for Xcode

I installed XVim for Xcode, which as you would guess is a plugin which enables Vim bindings, I’m so happy, I feel….almost… comfortable in Xcode, need a couple more days with it. A lot of improvements have been made to it since the last time I used it back in 2010 when I developed a Mac app (seems like a different life now)

XVim works really well, it does a lot of what you would expect to do in vim. It even comes with it’s own vimrc, called…. xvimrc, how awesome is that?!

Tic Tac Toe progress update

I created 18 IBOutlets which connected to their corresponding UIImageViews and UIButtons on storyboard.

I’m going to take a break from tic tac toe and come back to it another time as I feel it would be more beneficial right now to spend some time doing the Roman numerals kata in Swift and Xcode, to improve the speed of my workflow.

Unit Testing Framework

Naturally I’ll be TDD’ing the roman numerals kata so I’m currently looking for a suitable unit testing framework that is easy to setup, easy to use and similar to RSPEC or xUnit family.

Ced

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