Once upon a time, back in the dark ages of Objective-C, monitoring the quality metrics of a codebase was a cumbersome operation, which involved the setup of obscure tools and easily produced unreliable results.
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Times have changed and, just a few months after the announcement of Swift, it is now straightforward for iOS and OS X developers to improve their toolbelts and analyse the evolution of their code throughout the weeks.
During this talk you will discover why and how to monitor your codebase’s health, by leveraging metrics such as code complexity, duplication, coverage and others, by adopting open-source tools such as Fastlane, Lizard, SwiftLint, Slather, and the Swift SonarQube plugin.
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This talk was delivered live in June 2016 at AltConf. The video was recorded, produced, and transcribed by Realm, and is published here with the permission of the conference organizers.