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Agile Android, released today by Apress and available for purchase and digital download at Apress and Amazon.com, details new unit testing capabilities in the recently released version of Android Studio and addresses the gap in documentation supporting the discipline.
It’s rare during your development career to have the luxury of being able to start with a clean slate every time you begin a new project. More often than not you’re going to have to extend code written by someone else.
RIIS’ Apprentice team demonstrated their development excellence at the Context.IO Hackathon earning the coveted Large Organization Recognition Award.
One of the major goals whether it’s on the Android platform or not is to isolate the code that we’re testing. When we write our tests we should be testing a single method and not its dependencies such as a web service.
Android apps fail for a number of reasons other than simple logic errors. At its most basic the app may not install correctly, or there may be a problem when you move from landscape to portrait and back again.
Last week we had a meeting where the interns talked about what they did over the summer. And while I was listening to them talk it occurred to me that it would be a good idea to share this with a larger audience for a number of reasons.
JUnit on its own may be all you need but there are a number of excellent third party tools that you can bolt onto JUnit that really make your Android testing shine.
Before Android Studio incorporated JUnit4, Google’s implementation was an odd mix of standard and Android specific unit tests.
Agile development has been problematic for Android developers. For a while now there have been a number of ways to test the user interface such as Robotium or Monkey Runner but before Android Studio 1.1, unit testing was hard to use, hard to configure and quite challenging to implement on the Android platform.