Integrating UI Performance into your testing practices guarantees interaction with your applications satisfies users’ demands.
Wednesday, June 28, 2017
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The best part, you don’t have to know Kotlin as the test will be automatically generated for you.
Read the step by step guide: https://medium.com/@dtmilano/your-first-android-kotlin-test-fe007ec41bc5
Tuesday, June 06, 2017
Recently, Kotlin was made an official language on Android.
It's very easy to get started using Kotlin as it works side by side with Java and C++ on Android.
However, there are new syntax and new language features to learn, even more, when we talk about testing and creating tests for your application UI.
You can gradually introduce Kotlin code to your project as it can coexist with existing code and Android libraries.
So, what's better than start incrementally adding Kotlin to your workflow starting by the tests?
And what is even better is that CulebraTester v0.9.0 introduces Kotlin code generation as can be seen in the previous screenshot.
You can start learning Kotlin now by taking a look at the generated code.
As always, you can find more information about Open Source AndroidViewClient/culebra in its wiki at https://github.com/dtmilano/AndroidViewClient/wiki, about CulebraTester at http://culebra.dtmilano.com/ and https://github.com/dtmilano/CulebraTester-public/wiki and if you have any question you can ask in Stackoverflow using http://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/androidviewclient.