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Christina Moulton

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A Tour of Software Testing with Christina Moulton

Empower Apps

Guest Christina Moulton - @ChristinaMltnGrokSwift.com Youtube Video - https://youtu.be/5LShKIwHEsARelated Episodes Episode 77 - Swift Package Index with Sven A. Schmidt Episode 24 - Continuous Integration with Kyle Newsome Episode 15 - Test-Driven Development with Joshua Greene and Michael Katz Related Links Testing Your Apps in Xcode from Apple Docs SnapshotTesting by PointFreeCo PointFreeCo Episode 41 - A Tour of Snapshot Testing KIF Cucumber SponsorsAppFiguresThe tools you need to monitor, optimize, and get more downloads.There's a lot of demand for apps right now, so it's a really great time to give it a try. It's easier than you think.The guys who run it are indie devs who had a need and created a tool. 11 years later, it's an all-in-one platform for developers who want to get more downloads and make more money with their apps.The folks at Appfigures have easy step-by-step guides and intuitive tools to do that, which many indie developers are using to get more downloads:https://appfigures.com/resources/asoAlso check out our episode with CEO Ariel Michaeli:https://share.transistor.fm/s/15b7ff63Try Appfigures for free, and if you like it use the special link to get 30% off for the next 3 months:https://appfigures.com/account/upgrade?p=empower3030Transistor.FmYour podcast's publishing platformTransistor not only hosts your podcast but also: Help distribute your podcast with integrations to Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, YouTube, and Mailchimp Deep analytics including average downloads per episode, popular podcast apps, number of subscribers, trends Professional support for creatives, businesses, and professional podcasters when it comes to hosting and analytics How do you start a podcast?https://transistor.fm/how-to-start-a-podcast/?via=empowerappsTry it today with this special link:https://transistor.fm/?via=empowerappsWhat is Software Testing? Why is important? What can be automated? (and what can't?) Why are unit tests so important? How to automate the workflow between manual tests? What tests should you do before release? What kinds of testing are there? How to use visual snapshots for testing? What is integration testing? How to deal with outside systems which are always changing? How is smoke testing different from integration testing? What should be tested? How to test the visual appearance of your app? Where to draw the line when isolating what should be tested How to avoid the code coverage trap? How iOS devs can share specs with server developers? Social MediaEmailleo@brightdigit.comGitHub - @brightdigitTwitter BrightDigit - @brightdigitLeo - @leogdionLinkedInBrightDigitLeoInstagram - @brightdigitPatreon - empowerappshowCreditsMusic from https://filmmusic.io"Blippy Trance" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com)License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

30mins

19 Feb 2021

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iPS 280: Siri Shortcuts with Christina Moulton

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In this episode of the iPhreaks Show the panel interviews Christina Moulton. She starts by sharing her story and how she got into iOS development. The panel briefly discusses her work at Square and what she does there. The panel asks her about her talk at try!Swift about Siri Shortcuts.  The panel asks Christina what terminology to use when discussing Siri shortcuts, she explains that the terminology is so confusing.  Shortcuts are simple from the app’s perspective but Christina shows the panel just how complicated they are from the systems perspective. She defines intents for the panel and explains how filing intents are what creates these shortcuts.  These shortcuts can do so much and the panel considers the uses of these shortcuts in home automation. Just by entering or leaving your home you trigger a series of shortcuts that powered down your house and lock up or turn on the lights and texts your family. They also consider how the system predictions the needs of the user.  The panel discusses the visual and voice output and the quality of each on different devices. They wonder at the regulations and testing apple puts towards these intents and shortcuts. Christina explains how she tests intents and shortcuts to make sure that they create a working Siri flow. The panel compares other SDKs and Siri. Christina finishes the episode by sharing a bit about her book.  Panelists Alex Bush Charles Max Wood Guest Christina Moulton Sponsors Sentry– use the code “devchat” for two months free on Sentry’s small plan CacheFly Links https://grokswift.com/ https://www.facebook.com/iphreaks/ https://twitter.com/iphreaks Picks Christina Moulton: Designing Great Shortcuts Alex Bush: So Good They Can't Ignore You: Why Skills Trump Passion in the Quest for Work You Love Charles Max Wood: It’s a Wonderful Life Holiday Inn White Christmas A Christmas Story

45mins

7 Jan 2020

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iPS 280: Siri Shortcuts with Christina Moulton

The iPhreaks Show

In this episode of the iPhreaks Show the panel interviews Christina Moulton. She starts by sharing her story and how she got into iOS development. The panel briefly discusses her work at Square and what she does there. The panel asks her about her talk at try!Swift about Siri Shortcuts.  The panel asks Christina what terminology to use when discussing Siri shortcuts, she explains that the terminology is so confusing.  Shortcuts are simple from the app’s perspective but Christina shows the panel just how complicated they are from the systems perspective. She defines intents for the panel and explains how filing intents are what creates these shortcuts.  These shortcuts can do so much and the panel considers the uses of these shortcuts in home automation. Just by entering or leaving your home you trigger a series of shortcuts that powered down your house and lock up or turn on the lights and texts your family. They also consider how the system predictions the needs of the user.  The panel discusses the visual and voice output and the quality of each on different devices. They wonder at the regulations and testing apple puts towards these intents and shortcuts. Christina explains how she tests intents and shortcuts to make sure that they create a working Siri flow. The panel compares other SDKs and Siri. Christina finishes the episode by sharing a bit about her book.  Panelists Alex Bush Charles Max Wood Guest Christina Moulton Sponsors Sentry– use the code “devchat” for two months free on Sentry’s small plan CacheFly Links https://grokswift.com/ https://www.facebook.com/iphreaks/ https://twitter.com/iphreaks Picks Christina Moulton: Designing Great Shortcuts Alex Bush: So Good They Can't Ignore You: Why Skills Trump Passion in the Quest for Work You Love Charles Max Wood: It’s a Wonderful Life Holiday Inn White Christmas A Christmas Story

45mins

7 Jan 2020

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NSNorth 2019, Episode 55: Christina Moulton

The NSNorth Podcast

Speaker and author Christina Moulton joins Phil and Dan to chat about taking some years of retirement early, sailing in the Caribbeans with a small dog, writing custom iOS software to control a life-size R2D2 unit, updating a Swift book over time, and boat yoga.

24mins

20 Mar 2019

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Christina Moulton, Author of iOS Apps with REST APIs: Building Web-Driven Apps in Swift

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In this interview, Leanpub co-founder Len Epp talks with Christina about her career, sailing, her book, and about her experience as a self-published author.

28mins

29 May 2017