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T. HagosLearn Android Studio 4https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-5937-5_13

13. Testing

Ted Hagos1 
Manila, National Capital Region, Philippines
What we’ll cover:
  • Types of testing

  • Unit testing

  • Testing basics

  • About instrumented testing

  • How to create UI test interactions

  • Basic test interactions

  • Implementing test verifications

  • Test recording

We’ve done a bit of programming work in the previous chapters. Next, we go through some testing concepts and techniques. The development lifecycle goes through a testing phase to find all errors and inconsistencies in the code. A polished app doesn’t have rough edges. We need to test it, debug it, and make sure it doesn’t hog computing resources.

Types of Testing

Functional testing. Functional testing

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