In the previous 5 blog posts, we covered different aspects of building an Android app from scratch. We focused on including tests in the process. Here are the links to the previous posts:
Continue reading Introduction to Automated Android Testing – Part 6
In this series of blog posts, we are working through a sample app called Github User Search. Parts 1 – 4 covered why we should test, getting set up with testing, creating API calls and creating a presenter. Take a look at the previous posts as part 5 is a continuation of the series.
In part 5, we will take a look at interacting with the
Presenter created in part 4 and we will create the UI to display the list of search results. Continue reading Introduction to Automated Android Testing – Part 5
In this series of posts we are going to look at an Introduction to Automated Android Testing. In Part 1 of this automated testing series, we covered why you should write tests, where the test folders are located and the different types of tests you get in Android. Continue reading Introduction to Automated Android Testing – Part 2 – Setup
I’ve seen a lot of people confused and unsure about how to do tests in Android. In the past, it was very difficult to test Android apps and there wasn’t much direction. In this series, I am going to try make testing a bit easier for you. This first post is just to get you started with testing, the next few will go more in depth into testing in Android. Let’s get started! Continue reading Introduction to Automated Android Testing – Part 1
In the previous post, I discussed implementing a custom Retrofit Client to mock out different HTTP response codes. This mechanism works well for Retrofit versions 1.9 and below but has its drawbacks. After trying out Retrofit 2, I have adjusted the previous sample and managed to achieve the same results (with some improvements 😀). Continue reading Retrofit 2 – Mocking HTTP Responses