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Yes, it’s possible to get code coverage using Appium. We had similar issue few years back on using Appium and Emma (not Jococo, but I believe your problem can be solved using the same technique used by my team). To get the instrumentation detail, in console type "adb shell pm list instrumentation" after you installed the instrumented app on to your ...
can we use Android Studio plus Appium? Yes! you can. Lets break down things here: Appium: A driver for your tests Android Studio: A code editor(IDE) built for Android. Consider the example of using the java driver for Appium. Now what we are really doing is running unit tests in Java. That's all it does at the base. These unit tests, are in turn capable ...
Adding to answers given by Dhiman and wmarchewka, here is another list of mobile testing tools for Android : MonkeyTalk Ranorex Calaba.sh SeeTest Silk Mobile CatJS
There are lots of tools available in market for your QA testing part of Android apps. A couple of them you can find below:- Appium (already suggested by wmarchewka) Robotium (Paid tool) EggPlant (paid tool) Selendroid (Free tool) Sikuli (Free) you can find more information over these and other tools at this link.
Try Appium it is one of best test automation framework for mobile devices. If You are familiar with Selenium WebDriver You should like it.
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