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This guide describes how to prepare and run an instrumentation test usingFirebase Test Lab. To use this guide, you'll need aninstrumentation test (written by you or your team) that uses theEspresso or UI Automator 2.0 Android test frameworks. Instrumentation tests can run up to 45minutes on physical devices and up to 60 minutes on virtual devices.

In the steps later, you'll upload your app's APK andyour test's APK to Firebase.

Note:Firebase App Tester Apk Download Test Lab no longer supports the Robotium Android test framework.

(Optional) Add the screenshot library to your app

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Firebase Test Lab includes a library (testlab-instr-lib) that you canuse to process any screenshots you take with AndroidX’sScreenCapture when running instrumentation tests, such as tests written using theEspresso test framework.This section describes how to create ScreenCapture objects with the AndroidXlibrary and how to process them using testlab-instr-lib.

After your instrumentation test has run, you can view the captured screenshotsin the Firebase console.

Try out a sample app

Download the NotePad sample app to try out this functionality. The ability to take screenshots is alreadyincorporated into the NotePad project.

Distribution

Step 1. Add the screenshot library to your project

  1. In your test project's root-level (project-level) Gradle file(build.gradle), add Google's Maven repository to every repositoriessection:

  2. In your module (app-level) Gradle file (usually app/build.gradle),add a dependency for the Test Lab screenshot library.

  3. In your test's AndroidManifest.xml file, register theFirebaseScreenCaptureProcessor in a meta-data tag within the<instrumentation> element. You can also specify the processor as anargument in AndroidJUnitRunner instead (see theAndroidJUnitRunner reference documentation for instructions on how).

  4. In your app's AndroidManifest.xml file, add the following lines within the<manifest> element:

  5. In your AndroidManifest.xml file, specify system permissions for your appby adding the following lines within the <manifest> tag. If you're testingon Android 10 (API level 29) or higher, omit the WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGEpermission (your app does not require this permission in order to read andwrite screenshots to the device).

Step 2. Take screenshots during your test

At any point in your test where you want to take a screenshot, call theScreenshot.capture() method from the AndroidX library. This produces aScreenCapture object.When you call process() on the ScreenCapture object, it gets processedusing the ScreenCaptureProcessor that's registered in your AndroidManifest.xml. Note that theBasicScreenCaptureProcessor is used if no processors are registered.Since you registered the FirebaseScreenCaptureProcessor, your screenshots willbe processed via FirebaseScreenCaptureProcessor and will be availablefor you with your results when you run your test with Firebase Test Lab.

Example use cases for creating a ScreenCapture:

  • Take a full ScreenCapture on a API Build.VERSION_CODES.JELLY_BEAN_MR2 andabove:

  • Take a ScreenCapture of the Activity on any API level. Note this is theonly option for devices that are below Build.VERSION_CODES.JELLY_BEAN_MR2.

Example use cases for processing a ScreenCapture

  • Process a ScreenCapture via the FirebaseScreenCaptureProcessor:

  • Process a ScreenCapture via a specified ScreenCaptureProcessor(this allows you to skip registering the processor):

  • Set the name and format of the ScreenCapture and process it using theregistered processor:

Step 3. Build and run your test

  1. Build your app and test APKs (seeTest your app for instructions).

  2. Upload the APK files to the Test Lab dashboardof the Firebase console.

  3. Finally, run your test.

Step 4. View your test screenshots

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After your test has completed, you can view any screenshots taken in the Firebase console.

  1. In the Tests tab, select your completed test,then click the Results tab.

  2. Select your test again, then click the Screenshots tab that appears.

(Optional) Enable additional test features

You can enable the following features in your test before running it withTest Lab:

Enable Orchestrator

Android Test Orchestrator is a tool that runs each of your app's instrumentation tests independently.Test Lab always uses the latest version of Orchestrator.

To enable Orchestrator for Test Lab, in instrumentation testsetup,click Additional options > Run with Orchestrator.

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Note:Run Orchestrator locally before trying it in Test Lab. To avoidspending quota on or getting billed for malfunctioning tests, confirm thatOrchestrator is working in your app by running a test on your own machine beforeuploading your APK.

Benefits and drawbacks

  • Benefit: No shared state. Each test runs in its own instrumentation instance so a shared state doesn't accumulate across tests.
  • Benefit: Isolated crashes. If a test crashes, only that instrumentation is terminated and other tests in your suite can still run.
  • Drawback: Longer runtimes. Each test runs its own instrumentation instance, meaning that the testing process takes slightly longer overall. If not checked, the increased run times could potentially impact your quota usage or billed time and may cause you to hit your devices' time-out limits.

Enable sharding

Test sharding divides up a set of tests into sub-groups (shards) that runseparately in isolation. Test Lab automatically runs each shard in parallelusing multiple devices and completes the entire set of tests in less time.

How test sharding works

Say you create N shards. For each device you select, Test Lab spins up N identical devices and runs a subset of the tests on each device. This means that sharded test cases can result in multiple test executions per device, unlike non-sharded test cases, which always result in one test execution per device (for a quick overview of key concepts in Test Lab, see Key concepts).

You can enable test sharding in the Firebase console:

  1. In instrumentation test setup,click Additional options.

  2. In the Sharding section, enter the number of shards you want to run.

Billing for test shards

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Test Lab implements your shards by leveraging AndroidJUnitRunner's built-insharding mechanism. To avoid being charged for spinning up empty shards (shards without assignedtest cases), the number of shards youcreate should be less than the total number of test cases. Depending on howlong each test case takes to run, it's typically a good idea to assign 2-10 testcases per shard.

Caution:

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Sharding tests may cost more. Although test shardingreduces the time it takes for all your tests to run,the overhead of starting your app on each shard may increase individual devicetimes (the time it takes for a device to run its tests). Because charges arecalculated on a per-minute basis for each shard, your totalcharges may increase. If you're on the Spark plan (free),shards are counted towards your daily quotafor test executions.

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For more information on billing, read Usage, quotas, and billing.