This is a sample app that uses Android Architecture Components with Dagger 2.
NOTE It is a relatively more complex and complete example so if you are not familiar with Architecture Components, you are highly recommended to check other examples in this repository first.
The app is composed of 3 main screens.
Allows you to search repositories on Github.
Each search result is kept in the database in
RepoSearchResult table where
the list of repository IDs are denormalized into a single column.
Repo instances live in the
Each time a new page is fetched, the same
RepoSearchResult record in the
Database is updated with the new list of repository ids.
NOTE The UI currently loads all
Repo items at once, which would not
perform well on lower end devices. Instead of manually writing lazy
adapters, we've decided to wait until the built in support in Room is released.
This fragment displays the details of a repository and its contributors.
This fragment displays a user and their repositories.
You can open the project in Android studio and press run.
The project uses both instrumentation tests that run on the device and local unit tests that run on your computer. To run both of them and generate a coverage report, you can run:
./gradlew fullCoverageReport (requires a connected device or an emulator)
The projects uses Espresso for UI testing. Since each fragment is limited to a ViewModel, each test mocks related ViewModel to run the tests.
The project creates an in memory database for each database test but still runs them on the device.
Each ViewModel is tested using local unit tests with mock Repository implementations.
Each Repository is tested using local unit tests with mock web service and mock database.
The project uses MockWebServer project to test REST api interactions.
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Used for testing fragments inside a fake activity.