Where is “Create Test Module” in Android Studio?
Before I switched to Android Studio I was using "Create Test Module" in IntelliJ IDEA to create test module to keep my unit tests in there. I can't find it in Android Studio though. How can I create it to write and run tests? Thanks.
You can put them in the same module as the sources of your apk. Create a directory structure like this: -<Project root> |-<Module name> |-src |-main |-com |-<company name> |-<app name> |-instrumentTest |-com |-<company name> |-<app name> <- Put your unittests here You can run them by create a new run configuration in Android Studio. Select a new Android Test run.
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