Posts Tagged ‘Unit testing’

I think the biggest improvement that both new Android developers and exerpeiced developers will like cocners how unit testing was set-up.

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We are no longer forced to create a new src folder in the parent and remember to create the first test class pointing to the already created application package and other tricks as you can see from the above screen shot unit tests of an application is  now a separate project bringing it in-line with other non-Google non-eclipse IDE Android plugins.  Thanks Google Eclipse ADT Engineers this was unexpected. but nice.

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As you migth know EMMA unit testing coverage is somewhat in starting stages. I have placed beginning EMMA unit coverage tasks in my andCooper Build tool project. The problem is that there is no Android SDK  EMMA instumental builds to enable  it.

Now, here is where get effing mad. The reason I charge for doing certain Android stuff is to be able to afford to do this type of above stuff for the Android  FOSS community. AndroidTapp.com you are getting it with damn both barrels fully loaded. AndroidTapp.com is a for profit company and thus when they asked for an Android Widget be produced I though gee I can get some bills paid and that would allow me to produce the Android SDK EMMA Instrumental build for the community so that everyone could try EMMA unit test coverage their Android Applications.

Because Android Tapp.com, a for pofit company, does not want to pay for Android Wdiget development the Linux Android SDK EMMA instumental buildso that you have full EMMA test coverage of your applications using AndCooper has been delayed. To be fair, the owner of AndroidTapp.com did not knwo that I was using the low Android Widget dev price to pay some blls so that I could grab some time ot do the Androd SDK  EMMA instumental builds for the community. Hmm, actually that kind of sounds worse doesn’t it?

If someone knows of company that has a small Android Dev Contract they want completed, could you let me know so that I can put the Andorid SDK  EMMA Instrumental Builds back on track so the community has them to use in real EMMA unit coverae testing of their applicaions. Sorry for the rant,Brett’s directions in how to  modify the bootimage after the build is here(towards bottom of the page).

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While I adjust the code reportts to display information in the Android Application Development Context such as Classycle:
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I better explain how AndCooper fits into things. AndCooper, although it can be used as a mini-continuous integration server, is not a CI server itself. Its just a build tool with a lot of features for the Android Application Development Process. If your CI server can use ANT than you should at ome point be able to integrate AndCooper with the CI server you use.

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