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Espresso: An API for UI Testing on Android

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Espresso: An API for UI Testing on Android

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If you're an Android developer and you haven't heard of Google's Espresso, an Android API to help test UI, you should definitely check it out. It's a small API released a few months ago without a lot of fan-fare - you can find all the details here - and designed to help developers test state expectations, interactions, assertions, and more without having to deal with a lot of boilerplate and clumsiness.

Epresso 1.1 came out in January and brought with it some new features and bug fixes, and for a more detailed overview, check out this talk from the Google Test Automation Conference 2013:

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