A Manual tester want to start and learn automation, there are many curiosity come to their mind about what tool to use?, which IDE(Integrated Development Environment) to select?, what testing framework to select? This tutorial will help you to know about an IDE called Android Studio. IDE is nothing but development environment for writing and executing code.
Android Studio is the official IDE for coding android app, but it is also very good alternative for writing and executing test cases. Android Studio is very easy to install and faster to write, deploy and run.
Let us see why Android Studio is best suitable for testing
Android Studio supports both JUnit and TestNG testing framework which are most commonly used for building automation framework.
We can use various automation tool with Android Studio like Appium, Espresso and Robotium etc.
Click on .exe and install the Android SDK into your system.
Installation doesn’t complete unless you set ANDROID_HOME. So go to my computer properties.
Click on Advanced System Settings -> Advanced -> Environment Variables -> New Variable and Variable Name – “ANDROID_HOME” and variable value-” C:\Users A\Downloads\android-sdk . The same way as we did for Java Home
Then, Select Path Variable -> Edit and then add following path after semicolon (;) %ANDROID_HOME%/tools;%ANDROID_HOME%/platform-tools
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