Using Spoon for Functional UI Testing of Android Apps

NFJS, the Magazine - June 2013

The lack of testing has many defenders but no defense. Yet, why is testing sometimes neglected ā€” especially UI testing? One reason is because of the difficult and time consuming nature of UI testing. Iā€™d like to introduce you to a new UI testing framework that not only makes testing Android apps faster and easier but also ā€” wait for it ā€” fun!

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About James Harmon

James Harmon

Android Trainer and Consultant

James is an experienced Java developer and has spent a majority of his career building large-scale online applications at Accenture and at several Web-centric consulting firms. He now specializes in training Android developers to be more productive by using the latest frameworks and techniques.

Jim has provided training and consulting for Fortune 500 companies and large private and governmental organizations including Motorola and the Blue Cross. He lectures extensively throughout the United States and Canada.

Jim is also the author of “Dojo: Using the Dojo JavaScript Library to Build Ajax Applications”.

NFJS, the Magazine - June 2013

NFJS the Magazine - June 2013

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