These questions were only shown to the developers who chose Swift or Objective-C as one of their three primary programming languages.
Swift and Objective-C
Swift developers also use Kotlin almost three times more often than any other developers. 83% of iOS developers who develop for mobile also develop for Android. Visit the Mobile section to find out more.
Fun fact: Swift and objective-C developers usually start their working day later than other developers.
Only 20% of Swift and 30% of Objective-C devs are using any mock / matcher framework. And 22% of Objective-C developers prefer OCMock.
Except for the options listed in the chart, in the Other field respondents referenced the following tools: TablePlus (the most), Realm Studio, and DataGrip.
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