Render your Android screens without a physical device or emulator (by cashapp)

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  • Compose & Paparazzi: Automatically find @Preview composables at runtime
    2 projects | /r/androiddev | 26 Mar 2023
    Looks really nice. Sadly, I wasn't able to test it because it doesn't support application module
    2 projects | /r/androiddev | 26 Mar 2023
    Paparazzi is an Android library to render your application screens without a physical device or emulator.
  • Paparazzi 1.2 is out
    3 projects | /r/androiddev | 18 Jan 2023
  • Improving snapshot tests with Paparazzi
    3 projects | | 31 Jul 2022
    /** * Finds all files in the components module which have Compose previews * and generates Paparazzi screenshot tests for them. * * The generated tests can then be used to record screenshots with * ./gradlew components:recordPaparazziInternalDebug * * To verify that the current implementation matches the recorded screenshots * ./gradlew components:verifyPaparazziInternalDebug */ fun main() { val path = System.getProperty("user.dir") ?: error("Can't get user dir") // Paparazzi does not currently work in the app module: // For now this is hardcoded to only check files in the components module. // If we pull our compose files out of the app module to a separate module this code has to be updated. File(path).walk().filter { it.path.contains("/components/src/main/java") && it.extension == "kt" }.forEach { if (it.readText().contains("@Preview")) { processFileWithPreviews(it) } } } /** * Reads the given file, finds the names of all the functions annotated with @Preview * and uses them to generate a Paparazzi test file with one test for each preview. */ private fun processFileWithPreviews(file: File) { val lines = file.readLines() val previewNames = mutableListOf() var saveNextFunctionName = false var packageName = "" lines.forEachIndexed { i, line -> if (i == 0) { packageName = line.split(" ").last() } if (line.contains("@Preview")) { saveNextFunctionName = true } if (saveNextFunctionName && line.startsWith("fun ")) { previewNames += line.split(" ")[1].removeSuffix("()") saveNextFunctionName = false } } val pathString = file.path.replace("src/main", "src/test").split("java").first() + "java" val testFilePath = pathString.toPath() generatePaparazziTest(packageName, file.nameWithoutExtension + "PaparazziTest", testFilePath, previewNames) } fun generatePaparazziTest(packageName: String, fileName: String, path: Path, previewNames: List) { val classBuilder = TypeSpec.classBuilder(fileName) .superclass(PaparazziTest::class) .addAnnotation( AnnotationSpec.builder(Suppress::class) // KotlinPoet does not let us remove redundant public modifiers or Unit return types for the functions, // but we don't mind for generated code as long as the tests work .addMember("\"RedundantVisibilityModifier\", \"RedundantUnitReturnType\"") .build() ) previewNames.forEach { classBuilder.addFunction( FunSpec.builder(it.removeSuffix("Preview").usLocaleDecapitalize()) .addStatement("paparazziRule.snapshot { $it() }") .addAnnotation(Test::class) .build() ) } val testFile = FileSpec.builder(packageName, fileName) .addType( .addFileComment("AUTO-GENERATED FILE by generate_paparazzi_tests.kt\nDO NOT MODIFY") .build() val nioPath = path.toNioPath() testFile.writeTo(nioPath) }
  • Do you do test-based capture & publish for QA? (Espresso, JUnit,..)
    3 projects | /r/androiddev | 9 Jul 2022
  • Mockito and non-debuggable testBuildTypes
    2 projects | /r/androiddev | 2 Jun 2022
    The good thing is, Square got us covered once more, in regards to the flaky emulators, by providing a screenshot-testing library that does not require an emulator:
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