Testing

Top Testing Programming Languages for 2022

In this article, I will talk about the top 6 programming languages for testing in 2022.

Functional Testing Strategy in Agile Environments

In this article, I will discuss the significance and strategy of functional testing in an agile environment, along with some key points to consider while planning testing scopes

Functional Testing for Frontend Applications

In this article, I will be discussing the types of generic tests, their benefits, and the important differences between them

Code Coverage Best Practices for Frontend Apps

This post will talk about the best practices for achieving high code coverage in frontend applications.

Automate API testing using Postman Collection

Postman is a very popular tool used by a lot of developers to collaborate for API development. It is also a very powerful tool and can be used for end to end automated API testing.

Working with Recycler Views in Espresso Tests

In this short post, I will introduce you to a few utility methods that might be useful while working with RecyclerView in Espresso Tests. Introduction In this post, I am assuming that you are already using a RecyclerView in your app.

How To Improve Test Coverage For Your Android App Using Mockito And Espresso

Frameworks such as Espresso and Mockito provide easy-to-use APIs that make writing tests for various scenarios easier. Let’s cover the fundamentals of testing and frameworks which developers can use to write unit tests.

How To Improve Coverage for your Android App Using Mockito and Espresso — Part 2

In the first part of this article we got an introduction about various frameworks available to us for writing tests for an Android app. We also saw some best practices that could be followed to write more testable code.

How To Improve Coverage for your Android App Using Mockito and Espresso — Part 1

In app development, a variety of use cases and interactions come up as one iterates the code. The app might need to fetch data from a server, interact with the device’s sensors, access local storage, or render complex user interfaces.

Fix Kotlin and new ActivityTestRule : The @Rule must be public

I wrote a simple activity in Koltin which takes a user name as input and simply displays it in the TextView. Here’s how the activity looks like. And the code for the activity is,