Writing an app for Android takes a lot of work. One of the greatest pains developers suffer from is the testing process, which many do badly or not at all. Why? Testing sucks - but it's a necessary evil.
In this class, you'll learn about test methods available to developers today, in particular Monkey, the user interface testing tool. You'll learn why Monkey is such an effective tool, and how to use it to test your own apps. You'll also learn about the limitations of Monkey, especially when it comes to making sure your app runs on any Android device. Finally, you'll learn about Apkudo, a testing solution that lets developers see how their apps install, execute, and perform on every (yes, every) Android device, assuring interoperability and customer satisfaction.
Testing doesn't have to suck. We'll show you why.
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