Android Development Tutorials

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The Android Development Guide shows you what you can do with Android, through a series of 40 individual tutorials. It gives you practical instructions on how to create complex Android applications, using many of the technologies described in other Android books. It guides you through the basics of building Android apps, through lots of cool Android features like internet access, location tracking, maps, built-in WebKit browser, camera, accelerometer, home screen widget and more. Full source code for all exercise answers is available, to help you if you get stuck. The Android Programming Guide becomes a great companion to other traditional Android books that simply tell you what’s possible.
If you have an idea for a great Android app, these tutorials will help you create your first working app in a jiffy. You will learn how to structure your application, design flexible and interactive interfaces, run background services, make your application work on different smartphones and tablets, and more. It’s like having an experienced Android developer sitting right next to you! All you need to get started is Java know-how.

Android Test-Driven Development by Tutorials. Code

Author(s): By Victoria Gonda; By Fernando Sproviero; By Lance Gleason

Publisher: Ray Wenderlich, Year: 2019

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Android Test-Driven Development by Tutorials

Author(s): Lance Gleason, Victoria Gonda & Fernando Sproviero

Year: 2021

Android Test-Driven Development by Tutorials PDF Free

Table of contents :

Book License
What You Need
Book Source Code & Forums
About the Cover
About the Authors
About the Editors
About the Artist
Chapter 1: Introduction
Who is this book for?
How to read this book
Key points
Where to go from here?
Chapter 2: What Is a Test?
Why should you test?
How to write a test
What should you test?
What should you not test?
When should you not test?
What is test coverage?
Tools
Key points
Where to go from here?
Chapter 3: What Is TDD?
Why is TDD important?
Getting started
Practicing Red-Green-Refactor
Red: writing a failing test
Green: making your test pass
Writing a second test
False positives
Refactor: Updating your code
TDD takes practice
Challenge
Key points
Where to go from here?
Chapter 4: The Testing Pyramid
Unit tests
Integration tests
UI tests
Distributing the tests
Key points
Where to go from here?
Chapter 5: Unit Tests
When to use unit tests
Setting up JUnit
Creating unit tests
Challenge
Key points
Where to go from here?
Chapter 6: Architecting for Testing
Why does architecture matter?
Design patterns
Architectural design patterns
S.O.L.I.D principles
Key points
Where to go from here?
Chapter 7: Introduction to Mockito
Why Mockito?
Setting up Mockito
Creating unit tests with Mockito
Challenge
Key points
Where to go from here?
Chapter 8: Integration
Getting started
When to use integration tests
Creating a test class
Setting up the test class
Writing a failing integration test
Testing the wishlist’s save functionality
Testing the database queries
Testing the data returned
Refactoring
Running the app
Key points
Where to go from here?
Chapter 9: Testing the Persistence Layer
Getting started
Setting up the test class
Writing a test
Testing an insert
Testing your query
Creating test data
Hooking up your database
Handling stateful tests
Key points
Where to go from here?
Chapter 10: Testing the Network Layer
Getting started
Using MockWebServer
Mocking the service
Using Faker for test data
Deciding what tools to use
Key points
Where to go from here?
Chapter 11: User Interface
Getting started
Using Espresso
Writing a UI test
Testing for text
Refactoring
Performing an action
Using sharedTest (optional)
Key points
Where to go from here?
Chapter 12: Common Legacy App Problems
A brief history of TDD in Android
Lean/XP technical practice co-dependency
Other legacy issues
Wrangling your project
Key points
Where to go from here?
Chapter 13: High-Level Testing With Espresso
Getting started
Your first assignment
Determining your system boundaries
Preparing your app for testing
Adding legacy tests
Understanding your API
Setting up your mock data
Writing your next test
DRYing up your tests
Writing your failing test
Key points
Where to go from here?
Chapter 14: Hands-On Focused Refactoring
Getting started
Adding supplemental coverage before refactoring
Refactoring for testability
Your first focused refactor
Your next refactor
Adding test coverage
Refactoring SearchForCompanionFragment
Insert Koin
Challenge
Key points
Where to go from here?
Chapter 15: Refactoring Your Tests
Source sets, UTP and sharedTest
Testing fragments in isolation
Breaking out unit tests
Unit testing Retrofit calls
DRYing up your tests
Challenge
Key points
Where to go from here?
Chapter 16: Strategies for Handling Test Data
JSON data
Hard-coded data
Test object libraries
Faker
Locally persisted data
Key points
Where to go from here?
Chapter 17: Continuous Integration & Other Related Tools
Continuous integration fundamentals
Branches and CI
CI tools
Device farms
CI strategy guidelines
Key points
Where to go from here?
Chapter 18: Testing Around Other Components
The testable
The mockable
The untestable
Key points
Where to go from here?
Conclusion
Appendix A: Other Related Techniques
Acceptance test-driven development
Behavior driven development
Key points
Where to go from here?



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