An Unit Android Test is a test that needs an Android device or emulator but it's different from a UI test because it doesn't start any activities.
In this sample the test can't run without the Android Framework because the Parcel class is used in one of the methods of the Parcelable interface and the way data is written into a Parcel and read from it is not trivial enough to be stubbed.
Note that the unit test is placed in
/androidTest/ instead of
This project uses the Gradle build system. You can either benefit from IDEs integration such as Android studio or run the tests on the command line.
LogHistory.java is the class under test. It implements Parcelable.
LogHistoryAndroidUnitTest is the Android unit test
MainActivity.java shows the Parcelable in action but note that the test is not showing any
activities on the device or emulator.
The unit test will be ran automatically.
After downloading the projects code using
git clone you'll be able to run the
unit tests using the command line:
If all the unit tests have been successful you will get a
A report in HTML format is generated in
Lets the user add lines to a multi-line log. When the device is rotated, the state is saved and restored.
Called when the user wants to append an entry to the history.