At WWDC 2017, there was a great session on What's New in Testing which was mainly about new features of XCTest and XCUITest frameworks. The team working on developer tools at Apple has made huge improvements in the area of UI Testing with XCUITest and Continuous Integration with Xcode Server.
And I really don’t like it. The part that I don’t like is the name of the action-method. More specifically, the didTap-part. It might as well be didTapSaveButton or didHitSend. Or cancelButtonTapped. All of those feel wrong™ to me. There are two main reasons for that:
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Sony Computer Science Laboratories, Inc. A leader in human augmentation, Jun Rekimoto of Sony Computer Science Laboratories, Inc. has introduced epoch-making technologies in the areas of multi-touch interfaces and augmented reality.
There’s a pretty big change in how localized dates work in iOS 11, which especially affects smaller languages that the system itself is not localized into, and that many apps don’t support directly (like Estonian). I found this interesting enough to write up. Here’s the issue in a nutshell.
Over the years, I’ve worked on many important, large-scale projects, from figuring out high level strategy and blue sky products, to overhauling core flows and IA, to implementing design systems from the ground up. Working on these big projects can be exhilarating.