Developer Kit (DK) is a new kind of testing tool that allows developers to create their own custom tests for their applications.
It is designed for developers who are looking for a simpler, faster and more reliable way to test their applications than traditional tests.
Developer Kit uses the same APIs that are used by the testing tools in production and it’s easy to use and adapt to different scenarios.
It has the following advantages over traditional tests: it’s fast and can run on both macOS and iOS (the former uses Cocoa frameworks while the latter uses Swift).
The developer kit is also easy to extend and extend to support more test scenarios, such as unit testing, integration testing and continuous integration testing.
To learn more about how to use the Developer Kit, read this tutorial.
Here are some tips to get started with the Developer Toolkit: Install developer kit on your macOS and use it with macOS Sierra.
Developer Kits can run in the background on any machine and they can be configured to run on a network, so you don’t need to have a virtual machine to run them.
The developers can also share their code on GitHub to help others build and test the same application on the same machine.