Here are some examples I copied from the README files of the webs site for learning. Go here to see a latest documentation

https://github.com/jonreid/OCMockito

#import <XCTest/XCTest.h>
#define HC_SHORTHAND
#import <OCHamcrestIOS/OCHamcrestIOS.h>

#define MOCKITO_SHORTHAND
#import <OCMockitoIOS/OCMockitoIOS.h>

#import <XCTest/XCTest.h>

#import "WeatherService.h"

@interface Examples : XCTestCase

@end

@implementation Examples

- (void)testMocking {
    // mock creation
    NSMutableArray *mockArray = mock([NSMutableArray class]);
    
    // using mock object
    [mockArray addObject:@"one"];
    [mockArray removeAllObjects];
    
    // verification
    [verify(mockArray) addObject:@"one"]; // verify -> MKTVerify if 'Bad Receiver type 'int'
    [verify(mockArray) removeAllObjects];
    
    // Once created, the mock will remember all interactions.
    // Then you can selectively verify whatever interactions you are interested in later.
}

- (void)testStubbing {
    // mock creation
    NSArray *mockArray = mock([NSArray class]);
    
    // stubbing
    [given([mockArray objectAtIndex:0]) willReturn:@"first"];
    [given([mockArray objectAtIndex:1]) willThrow:[NSException exceptionWithName:@"name"
                                                                          reason:@"reason"
                                                                        userInfo:nil]];
    
    // following prints "first"
    NSLog(@"%@", [mockArray objectAtIndex:0]);
    
    // follows throws exception
//    NSLog(@"%@", [mockArray objectAtIndex:1]);
    
    // following prints "(null)" because objectAtIndex:999 was not stubbed
    NSLog(@"%@", [mockArray objectAtIndex:999]);
}

- (void)testProtocol {
    id <WeatherServiceDelegate> delegate = mockProtocol(@protocol(WeatherServiceDelegate));
}

- (void)testStubMethodsThatReturnPrimitives {
    NSMutableArray *mockArray = mock([NSMutableArray class]);
    [given([mockArray count]) willReturn:@3];
}

- (void)testArgumentMatchers {
    // OCMockito normally verifies based on exact equality. But you can also do this.
    // mock creation
    NSMutableArray *mockArray = mock([NSMutableArray class]);

    // using mock object
    [mockArray removeObject:@"This is a test"];

    // verification
    [verify(mockArray) removeObject:startsWith(@"This is")];

}

- (void)testSpecifyMatchersForNonObjectArguments {
    // to stub a methd that takes a non-object arg, invoke method with dummy then can withMatcher:forArgument
    NSMutableArray *mockArray = mock([NSMutableArray class]);

    [[given([mockArray objectAtIndex:0]) withMatcher:anything() forArgument:0]
     willReturn:@"foo"];
    [[given([mockArray objectAtIndex:0]) withMatcher:anything()]
     willReturn:@"foo"];
}

- (void)testExactNumberOfInnovations {
    NSMutableArray *mockArray = mock([NSMutableArray class]);

    // using mock
    [mockArray addObject:@"once"];

    [mockArray addObject:@"twice"];
    [mockArray addObject:@"twice"];

    // the following two verifications work exactly the same
    [verify(mockArray) addObject:@"once"];
    [verifyCount(mockArray, times(1)) addObject:@"once"];

    // verify exact number of invocations
    [verifyCount(mockArray, times(2)) addObject:@"twice"];
    [verifyCount(mockArray, times(0)) addObject:@"three times"];

    // verify using never(), which is an alias for times(0)
    [verifyCount(mockArray, never()) addObject:@"never happened"];

    // verify using atLeast()/atMost()
    [verifyCount(mockArray, atLeastOnce()) addObject:@"once"];
    [verifyCount(mockArray, atLeast(2)) addObject:@"twice"];
//    [verifyCount(mockArray, atMost(5)) addObject:@"at most five times"];
}

- (void)testCanStubConsecutiveCalls {

    // is you ever need to stub consequtive calls together you can do it like this
//    [[given([mockObject someMethod:@"some arg"])
//      willThrow:[NSException exceptionWithName:@"name" reason:@"reason" userInfo:nil]]
//     willReturn:@"foo"];

    // First call: throws exception
//    [mockObject someMethod:@"some arg"];

    // Second call: prints "foo"
//    NSLog(@"%@", [mockObject someMethod:@"some arg"]);

    // Any consecutive call: prints "foo" as well. (Last stubbing wins.)
//    NSLog(@"%@", [mockObject someMethod:@"some arg"]);

}

@end

// Links
// Bad Receiver Type https://github.com/jonreid/OCMockito/issues/65
//