Automatizando pruebas de UI en Android con Espresso

Testing user interactions within a single app helps to ensure that users do not encounter unexpected results or have a poor experience when interacting with your app. You should get into the habit of creating user interface (UI) tests if you need to verify that the UI of your app is functioning correctly. The Espresso testing framework, provided by the Android Testing Support Library, provides AP

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Testing user interactions within a single app helps to ensure that users do not encounter unexpected results or have a poor experience when interacting with your app. You should get into the habit of creating user interface (UI) tests if you need to verify that the UI of your app is functioning correctly.

The Espresso testing framework, provided by the Android Testing Support Library, provides APIs for writing UI tests to simulate user interactions within a single target app. 

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Carlos Fernando Arboleda

CTO y Co-founder Mobile Lab. Experiencia desarrollando aplicaciones en Android. Speaker y organizador del GDG Cali. Mentor en Devhack del curso de Android.

Mas info: https://developer.android.com/training/testing/ui-testing/espresso-testing.html

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  • Juan Guillermo Gómez Torres

    Wordbox

    GDG Organizer

  • Carlos Fernando Arboleda Garcés

    EPAM Anywhere

    GDG Organizer

  • Jorge Luis Peña Lopez

    Mercado Libre

    iOS Sr. Software Engineer

  • Camilo A Alzate G

    Sofka Technologies SAS

    Organizer

  • Stiven Castillo

    GDG Cali

    Frontend Engineer / GDG Organizer

  • Johnatan Alexis Urbano Guzmán

    Mercado Libre, Co-Founder Tualy

    GDG Organizer

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