A lesson by Sam Edwards
This lesson will show you how changing the matcher depth settings of
Espresso Test Recorder will affect the generated code and the likelihood of a successful execution of your recorded test. You’ll learn the pros and cons of adjusting these depth-related settings, and what situations you’d want to change them from their defaults.
Advanced settings in this lesson include:
- Max UI depth
- ScrollView detection depth
- Assertion depth
- Watch Espresso Test Recorder – Recording an Espresso Test lesson to have a good understanding of how the test recorder works with default settings, so you can be ready to take advantage of the advanced settings.
Follow up lesson recommendations:
- Watch other lessons in the Espresso Test Recorder course.
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Lessons in this course
- Espresso Test Recorder – Recording an Espresso Test
- Espresso Test Recorder – Analyzing the Generated Code
- Espresso Test Recorder – Tweaking Code Generation Settings for Matchers
- Espresso Test Recorder – Configuring Matching Options
- Espresso Test Recorder – Combating Shared State
- Espresso Test Recorder – Using “Test Fragment Recording” to Exclude Specific Actions