With the rollout of Android Oreo, Google’s mobile ecosystem continues to expand rapidly. It is evident that new mobile OEMs are emerging in every corner of the world, bringing in different screen sizes, ROM/firmware, chipsets, etc. The complexity of Android app testing has been growing all the time.
To cope with increasing testing workload, it has become a common practice to rely on a cloud-based Android app testing solution to automate scripted tests on a large scale of real devices for extensive QA. Though there are multiple choices on Android testing frameworks, it’s critical to understand the basics and how each framework performs so the selected tool can help you meet your testing needs and ultimately achieve your business goals.
Today we are going to behold 5 most used Android testing frameworks and break down the basics and code examples of each. Should you be working on iOS apps at the same time, you can also check out top 5 iOS test automation frameworks with code examples here.