Here's an example.
I've got a simple test. Click floating action button, display dialog, input text, click ok, check recyclerview for updates.
I need to do this twice in a row in order to test the behavior when the same text is entered multiple times.
Performing these steps manually works just fine. However when automating them, the on-screen keyboard doesn't automatically close when the dialog is dismissed. When using the app manually, it does so just fine.
The keyboard staying in place causes all kinds of problems, so anytime I click on a button that dismisses the dialog, I also have to closeSoftKeyboard(). Even then, that's not enough - closing the soft keyboard is apparently flaky. It seems to work ok if I perform the closeSoftKeyboard with my EditText, but not with my ok button. I'm not completely convinced it will work everywhere.
It took me like 2 hours to figure out what the problem was, and even longer to fix it.
Is this really worth it? Does it beat manual testing? I'm not convinced at this point -- the behavior appears to be so different, and requires jumping through so many hoops.
references array java.lang.Object.
leaks com.myapp.MainActivity instance
(Really, I hate anything that's not case sensitive)
I like Go so far. A few things seem kinda weird (especially 3rd party module/library management). I haven't settled on an editor yet. Trying out VS Code and Sublime. So far sublime is winning.
Trying to play around with some light web development with it.
Found martini (http://martini.codegangsta.io/) and then read this http://codegangsta.io/blog/2014/05/19/my-thoughts-on-martini/ and then checked out this http://negroni.codegangsta.io/ and also this http://www.gorillatoolkit.org/ - some very cool stuff there.
Missing the ability to save my code, and reload the page to see changes. Would be nice if there was an IDE where I could start the app, make a change, save the file, and it would kill and restart the app.
The lack of versioning for dependencies really has me vexed. I get wanting to keep up to date for security fixes and whatnot, but why if the library your using changes their API on you? That just doesn't seem too well thought out.
I do have to say that it's quite fast. A little hello world web app w/negroni runs in like .09 milliseconds.
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