This is the last part of a three-part series of native app development @immobilienscout24 written by Iyad Tamer Agha, mobile engineer at Immobilienscout24. Feel free to read part 1 and part 2 to get more insights into the topic.

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Writing tests for iOS apps has always been a much debated and often avoided topic. The tools for writing tests in the past were half-baked, apps too simple to benefit from the rewards of testing, and most developers (me included) …

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The Technologies 

Over the years, a number of technologies have been used in the development of the iOS app. Objective-C was used as the programming language, as was standard back in 2011. At the end of 2014, Apple introduced a …

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It was spring 2011 when ImmobilienScout24 decided to undertake iOS software development in-house. There had already been an ImmobilienScout24 app since late 2009, which had been developed by an external service provider, but didn’t meet the demands for a modern …

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ImmoScout24 App for iOS 10 and watchOS 3

When Apple previewed iOS 10 and watchOS 3 at their Worldwide Developers Conference in June this year, our team present at the conference in San Francisco and the rest of us in Berlin were pretty excited about adding the just-announced …

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A Dumb UI Is a Good UI: Using MVP In iOS with Swift

The Model-View-Controller is a common design pattern when it comes to the development of an iOS application. Usually the view layer consists of elements from UIKit defined programmatically or in xib-files, the model layer contains the business logic of the …

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