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1) find a view 2) perform an action 3) verify result. Learn the basic structure of an Espresso UI test in Android Testing Patterns, episode 2.

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Sure but keep in mind that this kind of automation is literally an extension of your application code. It will reflect that nature.
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Start testing your apps on Android with the introductory Season 1 of Android Testing Patterns!

If you've always wanted to learn about testing on Android, join us for episode 1 to find out what the difference is between local unit tests and instrumentation tests. Subscribe to future episodes to learn about our UI testing framework - Espresso!

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+Ashish Kumar check this out
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Android Development Immersive @ General Assembly

Learn about General Assembly's Android Development Immersive, an instructor-led program built with Google Developers: https://goo.gl/7jP1YC
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Good looking happy crew!
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Everything you need to know about @AndroidWear 2.0 and the new #GoogleFit platform. https://goo.gl/xckV3W #io16
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please am new in android studio there is a problem i have with my cod when am practicing, if i type a code in android studio i mean the code i use to practice online and i will have many error on that code which will say can not resolve but it is the same code i see and if i copy that code into my android studio java editor i will not see any error why
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Joining us in person for #io16? See below:
 
Joining us in person for #io16?
Speechless will now be taking place in the Amphitheatre at 6PM: goo.gl/qXWjNE. Watch Google speakers as they give totally new presentations in totally unpredictable ways, based on the SF-based comedy show. After you’re done with Speechless, head into the main Sandbox for the After Hours party. We’ll have lots of fun surprises happening in and around the tents!

Also, given the high demand on Wednesday, we’re repeating some of the most popular sessions again tomorrow. Be sure to check the updated schedule for Friday so you can make the most of your last day at #io16!

Full Friday schedule: events.google.com/io2016/schedule#day3
New sessions:
-- Introducing Nearby: Physical proximity within and without apps – Stage 6, VIRGO at 9AM
-- DevTools on RAILs – Stage 7, CRATER at 11AM
-- High performance web user interfaces – Stage 7, CRATER at 2PM
-- VR & Cinema – Stage 9, CEPHEUS at 2PM*
-- One lap around the Google Cloud Platform – Stage 3, URSA MINOR at 3PM

Don’t forget that we’re also recording every talk at I/O this year, and they’ll be available on the Google Developers YouTube channel (goo.gl/olw6kV) shortly following the festival.
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Thank you for updating the documentation pages it looks so much nicer.
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Android Studio 2.2 Preview now available on the canary channel

Includes a portfolio of new features along the spectrum of development, ranging from designing user interfaces to building and debugging your app in new ways.

Design
Layout Editor: A new user interface designer that helps you visually design the layouts in your app.
Constraint Layout: A new powerful and flexible Android layout that allows you to express complex UIs without nesting multiple layouts.
Layout Inspector: Debug a snapshot of your app layout running on the Android Emulator or device. Inspect the view hierarchy and corresponding attributes.

Develop
Firebase Plugin: Explore and integrate the suite of services offered by Firebase inside of Android Studio.
Enhanced Code Analysis: Check the quality of your Android app code.
Samples Browser: Referencing Android sample code is now even easier.
Improved C++ Support: Improved C++ development with the ability to edit, build, and debug pre-existing Android projects that use ndk-build or CMake rather than Gradle.
IntelliJ 2016.1: All the latest updates from the underlying JetBrains product platforms IntelliJ.

Build
Jack Compiler Improvements: Support for annotation processing, as well as incremental builds for reduced build times.
Merged Manifest Viewer: Diagnose how your AndroidManifest.xml merges with your app dependences across your project build variants.

Test
Espresso Test Recorder: Record Espresso UI tests simply by using your app as a normal user.
APK Analyzer: Drill into your APK to help you reduce your APK size, debug 64K method limit issues, view contents of Dex files and more.

For more details check out our blog post: http://android-developers.blogspot.com/2016/05/android-studio-22-preview-new-ui.html
Or the “What’s New in Android Studio” session for #IO16: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=csaXml4xtN8
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Wow i need to update as well 😂
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Our Android Experiments I/O winners are now live! Thanks to all who entered this year: https://goo.gl/oHoHNV
Android Experiments is a celebration of all the creative and boundary-pushing Android work of developers everywhere - as well as an open invitation for creators to submit their own experiments to the gallery.
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Join us for a two-hour live streamed developer #AskFirebase Q&A:
 
Join us for a two-hour live streamed developer #AskFirebase Q&A from wherever you are. On May 26th at 3:00 PM PDT you will be able to ask James Tamplin, co-founder of #Firebase, and +Magnus Hyttsten, Firebase Developer Advocate, questions about Firebase LIVE! Make sure to start posting your questions today with #AskFirebaseLive.

Register at bit.ly/registerLH now!
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Hangouts?! Not firechat? Not Duo? Hangouts FTW!
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All you need to know about the new @AndroidWear 2.0 APIs and design patterns. #io16
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It was really cool.
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#io16: Building an app or game for billions of Android users

Google Play reaches over a billion active Android users around the world. For hundreds of millions of users coming online around the world today, their first online experience is on an Android device. The mobile experience that these users have may differ from the experience of your existing users.

To help you take advantage of this huge opportunity, we’ve developed a set of new guidelines to help you optimize your app or game and get your business ready for billions of Android users globally.

Check out the new building for billions guidelines: https://goo.gl/zQL94N
And get the accompanying Building for Billions Playbook with more best practices: https://g.co/play/billionsplaybook
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I have a very great favor if they could the state do to this latest Android N did so to all any system applications and those that are not system applications not running in the background and that Android N spare batteries very country please do state so that the Android that was and that was like Android Marshmallow but that was much much better than Android Lolipop and marshmallow, and yet I have one request could not you state to do so that all users of the operating system Android KitKat and Android Marshmallow got upgrades to the latest system Android N State very please ...
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#io16: New features in the Google Play Developer Console

Enable the pre-launch report to receive a summary of issues found when testing your alpha or beta app on Firebase Test Lab for Android on a wide range of devices.

We’re making it easier to gather feedback and insights from reviews with review benchmarks and review topics. You can also take advantage of the new reply to reviews API to integrate replying to reviews into your own customer support solution. Zendesk and Conversocial customers can now reply to Google Play reviews today on those platforms.

The user acquisition performance report now has the ability to see user acquisition data by country and will soon show user acquisition benchmarks to compare your app’s conversion rates to similar apps on the Play store.

When you’re setting prices for apps and IAP, the Developer Console will now automatically round prices to local conventions in each market.

Finally, you can now get the Google Play Developer Console on mobile! Install the Play Console app today.
Access your Google Play Developer Console data from your Android device. Re...
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It would also be highly useful to understand where in Google Play they found us - Play search, recommended, similar apps, users also installed ...
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#io16: Improvements to beta tests and app discovery on Google Play

We're making open beta tests easier to find and participate in:
- Apps that are available only as open betas and aren’t in production yet will soon appear in Play search results
- Users will be able to opt-in from Play store listings directly
- Users will be able to send you private feedback through your Play store listing
- We'll also be adding a new featured section to the store, called Google Play Early Access, showcasing a hand-picked group of promising open betas that haven’t gone to production yet

We’re introducing smart new collections across the store for tasks that might require a combination of apps. This will help users find new types of apps that they might not have thought of.

We’ve revamped how we select visible apps in key markets like India and Brazil to better showcase apps that are more relevant locally and apps made by local developers
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The 'apps by local developers' is a fantastic idea, why not have it in all countries?
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