Cuckoo VS Quick

Compare Cuckoo vs Quick and see what are their differences.

Quick

The Swift (and Objective-C) testing framework. (by Quick)
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Cuckoo Quick
1 3
1,525 9,524
1.0% 0.4%
6.9 7.9
7 days ago 20 days ago
Swift Swift
MIT License Apache License 2.0
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Cuckoo

Posts with mentions or reviews of Cuckoo. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2022-09-08.
  • Swift Mocking Tools. To Use, or Not to Use, That Is the Question
    4 projects | reddit.com/r/u_Evolvice | 8 Sep 2022
    Additional setup: The cuckoo installation process requires adding a new run script into your test target build phases. Include the absolute path to each file and the framework that will generate mocks in this script. Import the generated file into the project once, and then re-generate it to keep it up to date. Class name starts from the word ‘Mock’ — each test double you can use as mock, stub, or spy.

Quick

Posts with mentions or reviews of Quick. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2021-02-28.
  • Mobile e2e tests using WebdriverIO and Appium
    5 projects | dev.to | 28 Feb 2021
    These tests are responsible for validating that a single unit is working properly. You can think of a unit as a class or function. These tests are written in an isolated fashion. I mean, if the rest of the system is full of bugs and nothing else work, if this unit work, the test will pass. They are also repeatable. They don't depend on anything else, really. Anytime you run the test, if the code hasn't changed, the test will report the same result. These tests are intimately related to the code quality of your project. If your code is clean, these tests should be relatively easy to write. When writing unit tests in iOS, you usually use XCTest or Quick

What are some alternatives?

When comparing Cuckoo and Quick you can also consider the following projects:

Mockingbird - A Swifty mocking framework for Swift and Objective-C.

Mockingjay - An elegant library for stubbing HTTP requests with ease in Swift

OHHTTPStubs - Stub your network requests easily! Test your apps with fake network data and custom response time, response code and headers!

Mockit - A simple mocking framework for Swift, inspired by the famous http://mockito.org/

SwiftMock - A mocking framework for Swift

SwiftyMocky - Framework for automatic mock generation. Adds a set of handy methods, simplifying testing. One of the best and most complete solutions, including generics support and much more.

Kiwi - Simple BDD for iOS

Nimble - A Matcher Framework for Swift and Objective-C

Kakapo - 🐤Dynamically Mock server behaviors and responses in Swift

Sleipnir - BDD-style framework for Swift