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Android Studio IDE Quick Reference: A Pocket Guide to Android Studio Development by Ted Hagos

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© Ted Hagos 2019
Ted HagosAndroid Studio IDE Quick Referencehttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-4953-6_5

5. Unit Testing

Ted Hagos1 
(1)
Manila, National Capital Region, Philippines
 
What this chapter covers:
  • Testing basics

  • How to run efficient unit tests

  • Adding and implementing unit tests

The practice of software testing has been around since the dawn of software development. When you write programs, you need a way to verify that they work in the intended manner. In the early days of software development, testing was done in a somewhat ad hoc way: you’d write some code, write a few manual tests to see if it looks right, go back to the code for some adjustment, and rinse-repeat. That’s not the case anymore. Modern software has become so sophisticated ...

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