Even though I’ve been an Android developer for a while now, believe it or not, I hadn’t yet had a chance to get into the formalized side of writing Unit tests or UI tests for the apps I’d been involved in.
Luckily for me, I think now is one of the best times to actually learn more about testing because historically Android has had poor support for testing in all its forms.
OK, lets give that lonely solitary first blog post some company by adding one that might be worth reading. (I said might)
I thought I’d make my first real blog post about the tools I use as a developer, like many people have done before.
I always find it interesting comparing how people work and what tools they use so you can improve your own tool set and hopefully pass on some useful tips to other people. I’ve also created a new section on the website for my most used tools and any new ones that I find over time. I’ll keep this updated as I discover new and useful tools.