In the previous two blog posts I covered how to get setup with testing in Android and we created a sample app that we will be continuing to develop in this blog post. If you missed those two posts, I suggest reading part 1 and part 2. Continue reading Introduction to Android Testing – Part 3
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
Writing test cases in Android can be quite a daunting task, especially the handling of different server responses. Testing error responses can be quite problematic and your app might not cover all the different scenarios.
If you are using Retrofit 1.9 and below to do your network calls, testing error responses can be quite simple. There are a couple of ways to test Retrofit calls. In this post we will look at making the Client return different responses which are stored in .JSON files within the test project. Continue reading Mocking API Responses using a Retrofit Client in Android (Retrofit 1.9)