In this chapter, we've covered how to start testing with UI Testing and Unit Testing. We do this by creating new targets in our current project and learning the fundamental basics of how to write the tests. We also looked at the differences between them and why they coexist in Xcode.
Then, we looked at debugging and explored the most common tools used for debugging, such as breakpoints, the Watch Window, and the output console.
We wrapped up the section by looking at some of the other tools that are available that you may wish to explore.
The only thing left to do is grab that second coffee and give yourself a big pat on the back - with everything we've covered during the course of this book - you'll have no trouble getting up and running building your first SwiftUI project - good luck and thank you for coming along for the ride!