👋 Welcome to this video on running unit tests in your CI/CD workflow on Bitrise.
Unit testing is a testing methodology where developers write code to test the behavior of a function or class. It's the lowest level of testing, focusing on a small, well-defined scope. Unit tests are useful for catching bugs and preventing crashes early on in the development process.
Bitrise offers different steps for running unit tests, depending on the platform:
Xcode Test for iOS: Runs unit tests included in your iOS project.
Android Unit Test: Runs unit tests for your Android project.
Flutter Test: Runs the Flutter test command with specified flags.
Running Xcode tests: https://devcenter.bitrise.io/en/testing/testing-ios-apps/running-xcode-tests.html
Android unit tests: https://devcenter.bitrise.io/en/testing/testing-android-apps/android-unit-tests.html
Running unit and UI tests on Flutter apps: https://devcenter.bitrise.io/en/testing/testing-flutter-apps/running-unit-and-ui-tests-on-flutter-apps.html
Running unit and UI tests for React Native apps: https://devcenter.bitrise.io/en/testing/testing-react-native-apps/running-unit-and-ui-tests-for-react-native-apps.html
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