Monthly Archives: May 2009

Executable Requirements == Acceptance Tests

I’ve been building a test framework for acceptance testing the Point Inside client API. I based the concept on Fit and Fitnesse, an open source framework for just this type of testing. Since this is for the iPhone, I used … Continue reading

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HIkeSuperstitionMountain with a trail laid out

I now have HikeSuperstition displaying trails. The problem is, the maps don’t have any data in the areas where we are putting trails, so the map looks pretty blank. Here is an example: I could use Google maps, but Google … Continue reading

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