Testing iOS apps is a topic that I have mentioned several times in the past. Some of the resources mentioned including a testing framework that uses an natural language syntax, and a great tutorial demonstrating the use of some of the more popular iOS Objective-C testing frameworks.
This new framework aims to take things to another level allowing you to use a natural language, and also uses screenshots from your app to make sure that the interface is working exactly as desired.
The framework is Zucchini uses Ruby, and the tests are written in Coffeescript. ImageMagick supplies the image processing functionality.
You can find the Github repository for the framework here included is a complete example project showing how the framework is used.
Looks like a great framework for your testing needs that already has started to build a community where you can find help if you want to use the framework.
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