Join James P White for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the exercise files, part of Android App Development: Unit Testing.
- [Voiceover] If you have access to the exercise files for this course, you can download them to your desktop, as I've done here. The folders are organized by chapter and video. Each chapter video folder contains a start and ends date folder. Use the starts date folder to open the exercise files as I start each video and follow along with the development. Use Android Studio to open the contents of the folder. The ends date folder contains the exercise files with all the code demonstrated in the video.
In some cases, there may be only one folder. Your indication that no code was actually changed during the video. If you're viewing this course on a mobile device or a set-top device, that's okay. You can still follow along by watching how I use the files.
AuthorJames P White
- Why unit test?
- Unit testing tools
- Local testing with JUnit
- Working with JUnit assertions, rules, and categories
- Executing instrumented tests
- Filtering tests
- Testing with UI Automator and other testing tools
Skill Level Intermediate
UX Foundations: Usability Testingwith Chris Nodder1h 29m Beginner
1. Getting Started
2. Local Tests
3. Instrumented Tests
4. Other Android SDK Testing Tools
5. Mocking objects
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