This article covers creating and customizing the "Switch" component in Jetpack Compose for enabling/disabling features. It explores differences between "Material" and "Material 3" libraries, and how to interact with and verify the Switch component's state in UI tests.
The "App Shortcuts" feature allows users to access a specific part of the application from the device's home screen. Users can see all available shortcuts by long pressing on the icon of the applications. In this article, we will learn how to test app shortcuts in Android apps.
Nowadays, mobile apps have many screens so that the projects can have many UI tests. When a project is large, we can have hundreds or thousands of UI tests, and running them locally can be time-consuming. In this article, we will explore different ways of grouping test cases.
Many mobile apps ask a user to provide data, and RadioButton component can simplify the onboarding process and how users can fill the information. I'll show you the possibilities of "RadioButton", how to customize and test it in JetpackCompose.