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README.md

NSNotificationCenterMock

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Usage

To run the example project, clone the repo, and run pod install from the Example directory first.

Then, navigate to NSNotificationCenterMock_ExampleTests/NSNotificationCenterMock_ExampleTests.swift and see how the test case utilises NSNotificationCenterMock to test the example app.

Installation

NSNotificationCenterMock is available through CocoaPods. To install it, simply add the following line to your Podfile for your testing target:

target 'YourAppTests' do
    pod 'NSNotificationCenterMock'
end

Documentation

NSNotificationCenterMock provides the following public methods:

  • hasRegisteredNotificationName(name:_, withSelector:_) -> Bool
    • Returns whether an observer has been registered for NSNotification name with target selector withSelector.
  • hasNotificationBeenPosted(notificationName:_) -> Bool
    • Returns whether a NSNotification named notificationName has been posted.
  • timesNotificationPosted(notificationName:_) -> Int
    • Returns how many times a NSNotification named notificationName has been posted.
  • registeredNotifications() -> Int
    • Returns how many notification the observer has registered too.
  • hasRegisteredNotifications() -> Bool
    • Returns a boolean indicating whether the observer has registered to any notifications or not.

Author

attheodo, at@atworks.gr

License

NSNotificationCenterMock is available under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file for more info.

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