The release includes two major additions:
Espresso-Intents: a Mockito-like API that enables hermetic inter-activity testing by allowing test authors to verify and stub outgoing intents.
Test Rules: a set of Junit4 rules that replace ancient framework APIs like ActivityInstrumentationTestCase2 and ServiceTestCase.
All samples have been updated and a set of Espresso-Intents samples has been added to help you get started.
Of course, we have also squashed some reported bugs and addressed minor feature requests from android-test-kit. See release notes and javadoc for details.
Happy testing from the ATSL team and
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