UITestKit is a comprehensive library for unit testing and UI testing in iOS applications. It provides a powerful set of tools and utilities to make testing easier and more efficient. Whether you are writing unit tests for your data models or UI tests for your user interfaces, UITestKit has got you covered.


Unit Testing

  • Effortlessly write unit tests for your data models, business logic, and utility classes.
  • Mock and stub dependencies to simplify testing and isolate components.
  • Use powerful assertions to verify expected behavior and outcomes.
  • Support for asynchronous unit tests with the convenience of expectations.
  • Generate code coverage reports to ensure extensive test coverage.

UI Testing

  • Write UI tests to ensure the proper functioning of your user interfaces.
  • Interact with UI elements programmatically to mimic user interactions.
  • Validate UI components, such as buttons, labels, and text fields, with assertions.
  • Simulate different scenarios to test edge cases and handle exceptions gracefully.
  • Capture screenshots and record videos of UI tests for visual verification.

Test Data Management

  • Create and manage test data for your unit tests and UI tests.
  • Load test data from JSON, XML, or other formats to set initial app states.
  • Perform data transformations to ensure test data consistency and validity.
  • Generate random and dynamic data to simulate different scenarios.
  • Seamlessly integrate test data management with your test suite.

Getting Started


Before getting started with UITestKit, ensure that you have the following prerequisites:

  • Xcode 11 or higher
  • iOS SDK 9.0 or later
  • Basic knowledge of unit testing and UI testing concepts


To install UITestKit in your project, follow these steps:

  1. Open your project in Xcode.
  2. Navigate to the target settings of your desired project target.
  3. Select the “General” tab.
  4. Scroll down to the “Frameworks, Libraries, and Embedded Content” section.
  5. Click the “+” button to add a new framework.
  6. Search for “UITestKit” in the search field.
  7. Select “UITestKit” from the search results.
  8. Choose the appropriate option for “Add to targets” (select your target).
  9. Click the “Finish” button to add UITestKit to your project.


To start using UITestKit in your tests, follow these steps:

  1. Import the UITestKit module into your test file.
  2. Create the necessary test cases or test classes.
  3. Write test methods to define your unit tests or UI tests.
  4. Use the provided functions, assertions, and utilities to validate behavior.
  5. Run your tests using the testing framework of your choice (e.g., XCTest).
  6. Analyze test results and iterate as necessary.


For detailed information on using UITestKit and its various features, refer to our official documentation:

UITestKit Documentation


If you encounter any issues or have any questions, feel free to reach out to our support team. You can contact us at:

Email: support@example.com


UITestKit is released under the MIT License. For more information, see the license file.