We are thrilled to announce major enhancements to our Espresso/Android Instrumented Test solution for running automated UI tests. As we continuously strive to understand and address the intricate needs of your testing procedures, we've introduced new features to significantly improve your testing experience, and consequently, help you improve the quality of your applications.
We've leveled up our support for Android Emulators to match that of real Android devices. Now, our platform fully supports custom testOptions and Android Test Orchestrator for both emulators and real devices, empowering you with a high degree of flexibility and control over your test environments.
In addition to these exciting changes, we've also expanded our support for extra test options such as 'filter', 'runnerBuilder,' 'listener,' and 'newRunListenerMode,' providing you with even more options to fine-tune your testing process.
However, to ensure a seamless testing experience and prevent potential conflicts, we've updated our system to disregard certain options while running tests. These include 'testFile', 'notTestFile,' 'debug,' 'log,' 'emma,' and 'coverageFile.' By streamlining these settings, we aim to remove any possible roadblocks that might hinder your testing effectiveness.
Why does this matter?
These enhancements significantly elevate your capacity to define test behaviors and orchestrate complex test scenarios more efficiently on emulators. You can now plan and implement comprehensive testing strategies more effectively using our platform, saving you valuable time and resources. Our focus is to make sure your pursuit of app quality improvement remains smooth, efficient, and productive.
This update is part of our ongoing commitment to optimizing our processes, minimizing misunderstandings or conflicts in test results, and ensuring your testing experience is both hassle-free and accurate.
You can find more detailed information on how to utilize these options in our comprehensive Espresso/Android Instrumented Testing documentation.