Android Application Testing Guide
Diego Torres Milano,
2011 | ISBN-10: 1849513503 | 328 pages | PDF | 7 MB
It doesnt matter how much time you invest in Android design, or even how careful you are when programming; mistakes are inevitable and bugs will appear. This book will help you minimize the impact of these errors in your Android project and increase your development productivity. It will show you the problems that are easily avoided, to help get you quickly to the testing stage.
is the first and only book providing a practical introduction to the most common available techniques, frameworks, and tools to improve the development of your Android applications. Clear, step-by-step instructions show how to write tests for your applications and assure quality control using various methodologies.
The authors experience in applying application testing techniques to real world projects enables him to share insights on creating professional Android applications.
The book starts by introducing Test Driven Development, which is an agile component of the software development process and a technique where you will tackle bugs early on. From the most basic unit tests applied to a sample project to more sophisticated performance tests, this book provides a detailed description of the most widely used techniques in the Android testing world in a recipe-based approach.
The author has extensive experience of working on various development projects throughout his professional career. All this research and knowledge has helped create a book that will serve as a useful resource to any developer navigating the world of Android testing.
What you will learn from this book :
Apply testing techniques and utilize tools to improve Android application development
Learn the nuances of Unit and Functional testing and apply them to your Android projects
Create sample Android test projects to try out your testing techniques
Understand different development methodologies such as Test Driven Development and Behavior Driven Development
Test different components such as Activities, ContentProvider, Services, and so on that make up an Android application
Apply the Continuous Integration technique for ultimate application quality control
Improve application performance by analyzing the results returned from performance tests
Expose your application to a wide range of conditions and configurations to simulate real life network conditions and detect problems in the application